WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – A Wal-Mart employee was accused of stealing $2,774-worth of merchandise from the White Plains store, police said.
Another employee told police she was reviewing surveillance video Friday because inventory was missing and that it showed Victoria Yeboaa, 22, taking various electronics while working the overnight shift the previous day, a police report said.
The video showed Yeboaa take an iPad worth $729 and an iPod worth $395 around 2 a.m., police said. After returning to the store to complete her shift, she took two Samsung Galaxy phones worth $650 each and a HTC Wildfire phone worth $350 at 4:19 a.m. and hid them in her sweater, police said. She finished her shift at 7 a.m., then tried to leave the store.
She was arrested and charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony. She was held for court.
- 1 Good Counsel Witnesses Another Protest Against Sale Of White Plains School
- 2 White Plains Woman, 19, Hospitalized After Jump Onto Sprain Brook Parkway
- 3 Nor'easter To Impact White Plains On Wednesday
- 4 Stepinac's Jack Dailey Honored For Saving An Elderly Neighbor, Baby
- 5 NYC Doctor Is First Person In Area To Test Positive For Ebola