Florida Woman Caught Wearing What She Shoplifted


Tommy Hilfiger logo on store front in Amsterdam

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After shoplifting armfuls of clothing from a Tommy Hilfiger store, Florida woman Ramiya Johnson, 23, and a female sidekick ran out an emergency exit and fled on Thursday evening in a Cadillac Escalade driven by a male accomplice.

Following an alert issued for the SUV, a cop pulled over the vehicle two hours after the heist at an outlet mall in Orlando. Inside the getaway car police found four “Tommy Hilfiger shopping bags filled with clothes.” Investigators estimated the stolen merchandise--which still had anti-theft sensors in place--was worth in excess of $750. In addition to the shopping bags, cops noticed that Johnson and Kelah Hoffman, 26, “were both wearing Tommy Hilfiger shirts.” In her mug shot, Johnson’s "Essential Logo" polo still had its Hilfiger hang tag (and $59.99 price tag) attached to the collar. The three suspects were arrested and charged with burglary, grand theft, and retail theft, all felonies.


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