STAFFORD COUNTY, Va. — Deputies in Virginia are searching for two women they believe are responsible for a string of shoplifting incidents while wearing “pajamas and animal onesies.”
According to a Facebook post by the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office, the women are wanted for shoplifting at a Walmart on Feb. 7.
A deputy arriving at the scene “located the two females and immediately suspected they were tied to several cases of shopliftings,” the Facebook post reads. “He was aware of security footage showing two females, matching their descriptions, wearing pajamas and animal onesies during multiple thefts.”
The women were identified as Katherine Ibarra, 32, of Baltimore, and Kristy Eura, 36, of Ruther Glen, Virginia, WUSA reported. According to the sheriff’s office, Ibarra was wearing a polar bear onesie at the time of the February theft, while Eura was wearing a gray onesie, the television station reported.
More information about the other thefts was not released, WRC reported.
According to the sheriff’s office, “Ibarra was released and advised warrants for her arrest would be pending.” She is wanted for four counts of larceny.
Eura allegedly provided a false name before fleeing the scene, according to the sheriff’s office. She is wanted for identity fraud, providing false identification to law enforcement, obstruction of justice, and five counts of larceny-third or subsequent offense, the sheriff’s office said.
Attempts to serve outstanding warrants on the two women have been unsuccessful, WUSA reported.
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