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Salem, N.H.

Police seek shoplifting suspect

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Police are searching for a woman who they say has shoplifted more than $100,000 of merchandise from malls in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Authorities say most of the thefts have taken place in Salem, N.H., and Peabody. Police also are investigating whether she robbed the Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua on Thursday night. WMUR-TV reported that the woman has been captured on store surveillance video stuffing items into a large bag she was carrying. Authorities say she tends to steal items from Victoria’s Secret and Sephora and she may also be hitting Abercrombie & Fitch stores.

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