Florida Woman Goes On Shoplifting Spree Wearing ‘Won’t Be Caught’ Shirt

Florida Woman Goes On Shoplifting Spree Wearing ‘Won’t Be Caught’ Shirt

A Florida woman is wanted by police after she and a female accomplice went on a shoplifting spree. The suspect was wearing a t-shirt reading “won’t be caught” as the pair stole roughly $700 worth of merchandise from Marshall’s department store in Sanford, The Smoking Gun reports. Looks like she was right, as authorities are yet to locate or apprehend her or the person she was with.

  1. The two women just picked up everything they wanted and walked out. According to authorities, the August 30 incident saw the women caught on camera “selecting multiple handbags” and then passing “all points of sale, making no attempt to pay for their selected merchandise.”
  2. This story is actually pretty strange… That’s because back in March, also in Florida, police arrested a woman wearing a “won’t be caught” t-shirt after she and a female sidekick were caught on camera stealing about $1,500 worth of perfume and cologne from an Ulta Beauty Supply store in Tampa.
  3. Toccara Marlesha Huff was arrested along with her friend, Ayana Palacio. Police were able to identify 33-year-old Huff from the surveillance footage. Turns out, she was a convicted felon with dozens of arrest under her belt. She was eventually released on $4,000 bond but is now wanted by police after her bond was revoked for not turning up for her subsequent court hearings.
  4. Is Huff the one in the Marshall’s video? Police don’t believe that the women in the new video are Huff or Palacio. The store in Sanford is about 100 miles away from Tampa, and Palacio is still in custody at Hillsborough County jail. Will the real culprit ever be caught? Not if the t-shirt is right.
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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