Police Search for Theft Suspect

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Source: Santa Barbara Police Department

The Santa Barbara Police Department is seeking the public’s help to identify a possible theft suspect.  On July 14, 2018, the female suspect depicted in the attached photos and video surveillance entered the Marris Collective Isla Boutique located inside The Hotel Californian on lower State St.  The female browsed several items before selecting a necklace and walking out of the store without paying.

If you have any information regarding this person or the investigation, please contact Detective K. Lowry at (805)897-2326, or klowry@sbpd.com

Please see the attached link for the video footage:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUQLlOevY3M

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Flicka Sep 04, 2018 08:45 AM
Police Search for Theft Suspect

I think stealing isn't anything new. I remember in high school, many, many years ago, classmates bragged about taking clothes from Learners clothing store on State. They would go in the dressing room, put on the clothes on then put their own on over and walk out.

Sprigofsage Sep 04, 2018 04:36 PM
Police Search for Theft Suspect

Flicka, thank you for the flashback - Lerner's! Oh my word that was a long time ago...

a-1552931755 Sep 04, 2018 12:35 PM
Police Search for Theft Suspect

Yeah, sadly we had thieves in my high school class (1971) also. I've noticed that the known thieves (c'mon, we all knew who many of them were) didn't live very long. Many died before they reached 50 from various causes. Maybe karma?

Factotum Sep 03, 2018 06:18 PM
Police Search for Theft Suspect

The sharing generation - no respect for private property or the business ethic. I fear we have a new generation that hates businesses and the concept of profit. Therefore they have a right to take what they want - this does not seem to be easily fencible stuff. Just I want it and I will take it.

Abc109 Sep 04, 2018 06:33 AM
Police Search for Theft Suspect

Agree in general; however, this woman is clearly much older than the generation you're speaking about.

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