Couple sells stolen Target clothes to Plato's Closet | Crime
A manager of a secondhand clothing store in East Memphis known as Plato’s Closet called the Target asset protection supervisor regarding suspicious activity in her store.
According to the manager, a male and a female were continuing to bring an unusual amount of brand new clothing into Plato’s Closet to sell.
The manager noted that all of the clothing was exclusively sold by Target.
In addition, the Target asset protection supervisor noticed the same couple in store a few days later, according to matching descriptions, who were filling a large bag full of clothes.
The couple then passed all points of sale and attempted to leave the store without paying for merchandise.
The supervisor interviewed the couple before they were arrested by police.
Krstal Bross and Joshua Weil both admitted to stealing clothes from Target and then selling them to Plato’s Closet.
The manager at Plato’s Closet was able to provide documentation that the couple sold the Target exclusive clothing to the secondhand shop on five different occasions.
The Target asset protection supervisor reviewed the list of clothing that was sold to Plato’s Closet and found 126 items estimating the value to be approximately $2,196.