Shopper Accused of Stealing $800 Worth of Merchandise From Whole Foods

Store's loss prevention unit alerted Madison Police to Boonton woman who was trying to conceal items, report said.

Madison Police Department. Credit: Patch file
Madison Police Department. Credit: Patch file
A 68-year-old Boonton woman was arrested Saturday and charged with shoplifting after she tried stealing more than $800 worth of merchandise from the Madison Whole Foods, police said.

Reesa Woolf was arrested a 12:20 p.m. Saturday by Patrolman Chad Rybka, who responded to the supermarket with Patrolman Paul Papamarkos on a report the store's Loss Prevention Unit had an alleged shoplifter in custody, Detective Kenneth Shannon said in a news release.

Woolf allegedly concealed the merchandise, including food and health care products, in her bag, police said. She was released pending a court appearance, police said.
Madison Station January 23, 2014 at 10:33 PM
Wait, a SECOND women from Boonton, double the age of the last one, took more than double the amount in the same month? Wasn't there just a report about a women who was in her thirties taking $300 worth of goods? Wow.
Alice Jameson January 24, 2014 at 08:38 AM
Perhaps it’s a competition of some kind?
ProudAmerican January 24, 2014 at 09:33 PM
$800 and it all fits in one bag. And my wife wonders why I get annoyed when she shops there.


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