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Three Women Arrested for Shoplifting in Rehoboth Outlets

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Lamia Pretlow (no photos available for Laboard & Whitney) Lamia Pretlow (no photos available for Laboard & Whitney)

REHOBOTH, De. - Three women have been arrested for stealing $5,700 worth of merchandise from the Coastal Outlets Friday afternoon. Delaware State Police responded to the Osh Kosh store in the Coastal Highway Tanger Outlets for a report of shoplifting. Employees tipped them off to three young women who they believed to be the shoplifters. The three women had left the store and were being followed by another employee.

Troopers caught the three suspects and a search of their car turned up numerous bags of clothing. It was discovered the merchandise stolen had come from a total of 18 stores located within the outlet.

Lamia Pretlow, 27, Tre'Shawna S. Laboard, 18, and Pachena J. Whitney, 25, all from Baltimore, were taken to Troop 7 in Lewes. Each were charged with Shoplifting, Conspiracy 2nd degree, and Possession of Shoplifting Tools. They were arraigned and taken to Delores Baylor Correctional Institution for lack of $4,000 secured bail apiece.

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