Crafts, Jewelry Allegedly Shoplifted from Lower Nazareth Stores

Colonial Regional Police report retail thefts at the Northampton Crossings shopping center that total over $300.

Easton Woman Allegedly Shoplifts Crafts from Hobby Lobby

An Easton woman was cited for retail theft after allegedly shoplifting $83.86 in crafts from in .

On July 16 at around 7:53 p.m., according to , a store manager observed Aislinn L. Beam, 36, conceal a variety of craft items in her purse. The 16 items, police say, included baby bottles, picture frames and confetti.

Beam was also observed selecting items and placing them in a cart, according to police.

The cart and the items inside were allegedly discarded, police added, before Beam attempted to leave the store. Beam spotted the manager, however, and she walked back inside.

After Beam was stopped by management, according to police, various craft items were recovered from her purse.

Beam was cited for retail theft and released.

Duo Accused of Stealing $200 in Jewelry, Clothing from Kohl's

Two juvenile females from the Bethlehem area were cited for retail theft after they allegedly stole over $200 in merchandise from a Lower Nazareth Township department store.

On July 21 at around 4:13 p.m., Colonial Regional Police were called to the in the Northampton Crossings shopping center for a report of a retail theft.

According to police, a 16-year-old female and a 17-year-old female allegedly removed tags from several pieces of jewelry and clothing while in the store and in the dressing rooms.

The teens then allegedly concealed the items in a purse before leaving the store without paying for the merchandise, according to police.

They were stopped by Kohl's staff as they attempted to get into their vehicle, according to police.

The 16-year-old is accused of concealing $115 worth of merchandise, and the 17-year-old is accused of concealing $106.

After being issued non-traffic citations for retail theft, the girls were released to their parents.


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