Four people arrested for allegedly stealing $50,000 worth of lululemon merchandise | New

Four suspected shoplifters who took 100 pairs of leggings worth more than $12,000 from the lululemon store at the Stanford Mall in Palo Alto were arrested on July 17, 2022. They allegedly took $38,000 lululemon items at other stores earlier today. Embarcadero Media folder photo.

Four people who allegedly stole approximately $50,000 in merchandise during a shoplifting spree that spanned three lululemon stores on the Peninsula were arrested at the Stanford Mall on Sunday. A fifth person remains at large, police said.

Police dispatch received a call around 6 p.m. Sunday from retailer lululemon reporting a robbery in progress at the Stanford Mall store at 180 El Camino Real, police said in a statement. Press release. Officers arrived and arrested four people, police said. Police said they recovered 100 pairs of leggings worth more than $12,000.

The man seen in this surveillance image is wanted for shoplifting from the lululemon store at the Stanford Mall in Palo Alto on July 17, 2022. Courtesy of the Palo Alto Police Department.

According to police, four people entered the store along with a fifth person, whom police did not learn of until further investigation.

Officers located the suspects’ vehicle, a blue 2007 Hyundai Entourage, in the parking lot along with several bags full of items. The bags in the van contained 300 items worth $38,000 that had been stolen earlier in the day from other lululemon stores in Burlingame and San Mateo.

Two Sacramento residents, an 18-year-old man and a 22-year-old man, and a 20-year-old Carmichael woman, were arrested on suspicion of organized retail theft, possession of stolen property and criminal conspiracy.