Hamden Woman Accused of Price Tag Swapping

Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012  |  Updated 1:06 PM EDT
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Hamden Woman Accused of Price Tag Swapping

Pebbles Stevens, 22, is accused of shoplifting by swapping price tags.

A Hamden woman was arrested in Springfield, Massachusetts on Tuesday in a shoplifting case at Sears that police said including swapping price tags in an attempt to get major bargains.

Pebbles Stevens, 22, of Hampden, and Julie Lee, 48, of Glenolden, Pennsylvania, are accused of taking clearance price tags off dresses that  were deeply discounted at the Sears. located at 1585 Boston Post Road, and putting those tages on dresses that should have sold for $100 each.

Police said the women tried to get the $100 dresses for $23 apiece.

The two women were detained at the register around 5 p.m. and brought to the security office.

Both were charged with shoplifting by price tag tampering.
 

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