Couple steal clothing worth $1,236 from shop

April 20, 1995

A man and a woman stole $1,236 worth of clothes Tuesday morning from a Lane Bryant shop in Glen Burnie, county police said.

An employee at the store at Marley Station Mall told police that the couple entered the shop about 11:20 a.m. The man held a large J.C. Penney bag open while the woman filled it with clothes, police said.

The employee went to call mall security, but the thieves were gone by the time she returned. Mall security and police looked for the couple but could not find them, police said.

Man arrested in shoplifting

A Baltimore man was arrested Tuesday evening and charged with stealing $156 worth of clothes from the Hecht's store at Marley Station Mall, county police said.

A store employee told police that a man entered the store about 7:20 p.m. and took three pairs of shorts into a fitting room. The man did not have the shorts when he came out of the dressing room, police said.

Employees checked the fitting room. When they found no merchandise, they stopped the man and found that he had the shorts, police said. The employees held him until police arrived.

Trevino Christopher White, 22, of the 2700 Spellman Road in Cherry Hill was charged with misdemeanor theft.

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