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A Minnesota woman caught on camera stealing a fur coat by hiding it in her underwear will spend the next two years in prison. Police say the woman spent three days in jail before handing over the coat. The coat went undetected by officers for days.
Video surveillance shows Stephanie Moreland inside the Alaskan Fur Company in Bloomington on New Year’s Eve. She was in the market for a jacket. She just wasn’t willing to pay for it.
Cameras catch Moreland taking a $6,5000 mink fur and stuffing it under her skirt seconds before a clerk walks by. The worker is suspicious and stops her at the door. Mark Stehlik with Bloomington PD says, “Somehow she had modified her underwear and had it stuffed down the front of it but from the rear it didn’t appear she had anything.”
Police are called, they don’t find the coat, but still make an arrest. Three days later, after the holiday weekend, a detective interviews her about the theft. Stehlik says, “Detectives had no idea it was on her at all.”