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Woman allegedly tries to shoplift items by returning them for store credit

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 03:39 a.m. HST, Aug 11, 2011



Police arrested an alleged shoplifter who tried to "return" merchandise for store credit she had placed in a cart while at a home improvement store Wednesday, police said.

Police arrested  the 58-year-old Kalihi woman on suspicion of second-degree theft at The Home Depot, located at 421 Alakawa St. 

The woman entered the store and placed items in her cart worth more than $300, police said. She then went to the customer service counter and allegedly asked for store credit in exchange for the unpaid items. The store clerk put the refund on a store credit card, police said.

Loss prevention officers were conducting surveillance on the woman and caught her as she left the store, police said.







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