Police arrest mom, dad, daughter after thousands shoplifted from Woodbury storesThree family members ended up behind bars Thursday after an alleged shoplifting spree in Woodbury was foiled.
Three family members ended up behind bars Thursday after an alleged shoplifting spree in Woodbury was foiled.
Police were called at 3:38 p.m. Thursday for a shoplifting incident at Ulta Beauty in the Tamarack Village Shopping Center.
According to a police report, a Minneapolis woman went to Ulta, Gordman’s and Jo Ann Fabrics, where she shoplifted a total $2,717 in merchandise between the stores.
The woman, 48, her 47-year-old husband and the couple’s 19-year old daughter were stopped outside Gordman’s.
The mother was arrested on suspicion of theft and possession of stolen property. The husband and daughter were arrested on suspicion aiding and abetting theft.
Woodbury police Cmdr. Jay Alberio said the suspects’ vehicle had been linked to a shoplifting complaint in April at Tamarack Village.
The suspects’ names were being withheld pending formal charges.