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Police Nab Suffern Woman Wanted For Walmart Theft

Lisa Cottone, 54
Lisa Cottone, 54 Photo Credit: Ramapo Police Department

ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. --  A Suffern woman wanted by Ramapo police for stealing items from Walmart in December has been captured with the help of the public, according to the Ramapo Police.

Lisa Cottone, 54, was captured after her photo and information appeared online and in Daily Voice on Monday.

Cottone was originally arrested in December at the Airmont Walmart after she bolted from the store without paying for items stuffed into her purse and shopping cart, police said.

Cottone was charged with petit larceny and was due in court in January. A warrant was issued for her arrest after she failed to show up in court, police said.

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