Police Arrest Alleged Bloomingdales Pepper Spray Thieves
South Florida Crime
SUNRISE (CBSMiami) – Police say they’ve arrested a woman, and the man she was with, seen in surveillance video pepper spraying a Bloomingdales security personnel.
Josselyn Sauzo and Stuart Titterton were arrested Wednesday after police say they filed a warrant after receiving multiple tips.
Sauzo, police say, as she exited the Bloomingdales in Sawgrass Mills, was approached by two loss prevention specialists. When they tried to stop her, she reportedly pulled out a canister of pepper spray to spray the guards.
On Monday night, the duo reportedly got away with six Michael Kors watches, totaling $1700.
Travis Fox was working at the mall when he saw the chaos unfold.
“This guy came up and his eyes were really red and my co-worker gave him a bottle of water to wash his eyes out,” Fox said Tuesday that two of the pepper spray victims were taken away by paramedics.
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