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Caught on Camera: Woman Steals Men's Jeans From Dillard's

By Kim Powell
NewsWest 9 

ODESSA - Big brother is always watching, or as I like to call them, mall security. Surveillance cameras at Dillard's spotted a suspicious-looking lady back in February as she weaved in and out of the aisles picking up pairs of men's jeans. Nothing says 'I love you' like a pair of stolen jeans.

"She spends a good two to three minutes in there picking up pairs of jeans, folding them back up and putting them down," Susan Rogers with Odessa Crime Stoppers said.

It's hard picking out what you want to steal. The woman finally finds a black pair that she apparently thinks will go perfectly with her leopard print purse because she walks behind a rack and stuffs them in with a guilty look on her face.

"Really good video, you know Dillard's always gives us really good video," Rogers said. "You can see her face real clear, she's got on a Houston Texan shirt."

If it wasn't for good security cameras and thieves like her, I'd be out of a job. So thank you, thieves, for always thinking of caught on camera.

"My thing is, Dillard's provides us with such good video, as do other places that we've profiled with you guys--Ulta and Target and places like that," Rogers said. "You're just foolish to go in one of those stores and steal something and this video is so good, every time we put them on there we get them and I have great confidence that we'll know who this woman is too. It's just excellent."

Maybe she forgot someone's birthday, or maybe stealing is just in her genes.

Mall security saw her leave in a white single cab Chevrolet pickup. If you think you recognize this suspect, please call Odessa Crime Stoppers at 333-TIPS and you may get a cash reward.

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