Indianapolis women accused of stealing more than $800 worth of clothing at Cincinnati Premium Outlets www.privateofficer.com
The incident happened at about 6 p.m. Thursday when Monroe police received a call from a member of Valor Security.
The security guard was in a foot pursuit with a suspect, later apprehended by police in a wooded area near West Chester Marketing, police reports indicate.
The suspect is identified as Daja Jacks, 22, of Indianapolis, Ind. The security guard recovered a bag Jacks allegedly dropped during the foot pursuit containing two shirts from Gap, according to police reports.
Police also located Ebony Solomon, 20, of Indianapolis at a nearby Wendy’s.
The woman was allegedly in possession of a bag containing a pair of True Religion jeans, three pairs of True Religion shorts with the security devices attached and three shirts from Gap.
The clothing recovered by police has a value of $826. According to Monroe police, Solomon was also in possession of a stun gun and pry tool, commonly used to remove security tags from clothing.
The women were booked into Warren County Jail on charges of theft and possession of criminal tools.
Monroe police identified a third suspect as Lisa Leslie of Indianapolis. The woman remains at large and was reportedly the driver of tan get-away vehicle, according to police reports.