Baltimore police say a local woman used one weird trick to stock her online store for free.
Security cameras at Brightside Boutique’s Hampden location appear to show 33-year-old Jenna Newman stealing a thousands of dollars’ worth of merchandise, including jewelry and clothes.
That was plenty for Brightside Boutique owner Christie Griffiths to deal with, but when she saw that her stolen merchandise was being sold through an account on Poshmark.com apparently registered to Newman, she told WJZ, she realized “this is on a whole ‘nother level.”
Beyond Brightside’s goods, WJZ reported that Newman offered 900 other items on her account. (As of this post, there are a total of 455 listings on the page.) Baltimore Police are asking any local merchants who have recently had similar shoplifting experiences to call Crimestoppers.
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