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Sheriff Seeking Public’s Help in Identifying 2 Alleged Shoplifters at Palm Coast’s Ulta Store

| February 8, 2017

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One of the two Ulta shoplifting suspects the sheriff is seeking. See the second suspect below.

The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying two suspects who entered the Ulta cosmetics store at 5224 State Road 100 in Palm Coast Saturday (Feb. 4) and allegedly stole many bottles of nail polish, valued at more than $2,400.

Ulta management reports these same two women allegedly shoplifted at an Ulta store in Orlando. The photos shown above and below were provided by the Orlando Ulta store.

Sheriff Rick Staly urges anyone who knows these women to please notify the Sheriff’s Office. Anyone who can identify either of these women is asked to call FCSO Deputy Erik Pedersen at (386) 313-4911 about case number 10183-17. If callers want to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida at 1-888-277-8477 (TIPS) and be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

The Ulta store has rarely reported shoplifting offenses since opening two years ago. It did so notably in September 2015 when three people stole a dozen bottles of beauty products valued at close to $1,000

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6 Responses for “Sheriff Seeking Public’s Help in Identifying 2 Alleged Shoplifters at Palm Coast’s Ulta Store”

  1. Dutch says:

    Well now, imagine that…

  2. Ryan says:

    They’ll get caught. I hope Flagler live will update us on an arrest or conviction so we know what happened.

  3. Anonymous says:

    never thought nail polish would bring big money!!!

  4. blondee says:

    My guess is that purse is also stolen. $$$$

  5. Jimminy Cricket says:

    ” bottles of nail polish, valued at more than $2,400.”
    Wow, I’m pretty sure I know who the thief is.
    It’s Ulta!
    When do I get my $1,000 reward?

  6. greatjob says:

    hmm and with all the facial recognition software… pretty sure a computer somewhere solved this case in about .0001 millisecond….

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