STAMFORD, Conn. -- A Stamford shopper brazenly placed hundreds of dollars in clothes and hair supplies into two bags and tried to walk out of Target without paying Wednesday afternoon, police said.
Charged with fourth-degree larceny is Diana Holliman, 54, of 141 Franklin St. The items were valued at $1,698, and that was the amount her bond was set at, police said. Her court date is June 17.
Sgt. Kelly Connelly said store security were notified about a woman who was placing large amounts of women's clothing and some hair supplies into a shopping cart. The woman went to the register, took two large shopping bags and walked to the maternity clothing area, where she was observed placing the items into the bags, Connelly said.
She left the second floor and went down to the first floor but made no attempt to pay, police said. Holliman was detained by store security, police said.
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