3 accused of stealing hundreds from Menomonee Falls Pick ‘n Save

MENOMONEE FALLS — Menomonee Falls police need your help identifying three women accused of stealing hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from the Pick ‘n Save store on Appleton Avenue. Before leaving the store with their stolen goods, police said one of the women pushed an employee out of the doorway.

According to the Menomonee Falls Police Department, the theft happened on Sunday, Aug. 18 just before 11 p.m.

Officials say the three women selected over $400 worth of merchandise, including batteries, deodorant, lotion and other frequently resold items. They then concealed them in handbags, a stolen backpack, and a stolen clothes hamper.

When approached by an employee, one woman pushed them out of the way to “allow for their escape.”

Men. Falls retail theft at Pick ‘n Save on Appleton Avenue

The trio left in a black SUV with no license plates.

The first woman was described as black, in her 20s, weighing 170-200 pounds. She was wearing a white T-shirt with a depiction of a red or pink Corvette, black shorts, and black Nike sandals.

The second woman was described as black, 30 to 45 years old, weighing 200-250 pounds. She was wearing a pink fleece jacket, gray leggings, and black tennis shoes.

The third woman was described as black, in her 20s, weighing 175-225 pounds. She was wearing a gray T-shirt with a camoflauge green MTV logo, black athletic pants, and black shoes.


Anyone with information is asked to contact the Menomonee Falls Police Department at 262-532-8700.

To make an anonymous tip, contact Waukesha County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-888-441-5505, through the website at www.stopcrimewaukesha.com , or through the new P3 phone app that can be downloaded through either the App Store or Google Play.

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