A Thief Hits Two Stores in Eagle Village Shops

Read in detail about one of the crimes reported in November in Radnor.

A woman with expensive taste is reported to have lifted pricey items from two stores in Eagle Village Shops in Wayne at about 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10.

A Kenneth Jay Lane gold bracelet and a ring by the same designer, both valued at $400, were taken from Gramercy Boutique. According to the person working there, the suspect is a black woman, about 5 feet- 8 inches with a “large build” who was wearing black pants, a black leather jacket, black knee-high boots and carrying a large bag by Louis Vuitton.

The same woman is suspected in a theft at Ellie that day. According to the incident report, she tried on numerous clothes, but did not buy anything. After she left the store, the woman working found an empty hanger hidden in the dressing room. It belonged to a black jacket by Parker valued at $396.

John Dallas Bowers November 26, 2012 at 12:07 PM
Security camera screenshots?
The Swell Guy November 26, 2012 at 03:25 PM
Get ready for more of this coming to our community with the so-called, 'Holiday Shopping Season' upon us. On-the-whole, the women who work in the shops at the Spread Eagle Village are so polite and unassuming, they are likely the last people to suspect or confront a shoplifter; which, along with their pricey wares, makes them an easy target of opportunity for this type of shoplifter. This story pretty much tells the tale of the typical dynamics of the rising retail crime in our community. I feel really bad for the woman at Grammercy; if I am not mistaken, didn't she recently assume ownership of that business? If so, that's a pretty poor 'welcome to the neighborhood', to add to the insult and violation of the theft.


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