Beeville woman accused of stealing items, reselling them online on the run

A Beeville woman accused of stealing merchandise from several shops in the area and then selling the items online at reduced prices is on the run. The worst part is, unsuspecting buyers could end up facing charges.

BEEVILLE (KIII NEWS) - A Beeville woman accused of stealing merchandise from several shops in the area and then selling the items online at reduced prices is on the run. The worst part is, unsuspecting buyers could end up facing charges.
 
The female suspect, Priscilla Alvarez, is banned from shopping from almost every store in Beeville. She posts merchandise on social media like clothing, heaters, hair products, you name it. Her posts pop up in groups like Second Time Around Resale and Trash to Treasure.
 
So far, the career thief has stolen from stores like Wal-Mart, Beals and other local shops around town. Police warn that people who buy her products online could face charges for possession of a stolen item.
 
Alvarez is banned from most stores in Beeville, but that did not stop her from shoplifting at stores in Victoria, Corpus Christi and even San Antonio.
 
Beeville police arrested her and she is now behind bars, but police do want to warn people to be careful when buying items online.
 
Safe locations to sell items include:
  • Owen R. Hopkins Public Library: 3202 McKinzie Rd
  • La Retama Central Library: 805 Comanche
  • Janet F. Harte Public Library: 2629 Waldron Rd.
  • Corpus Christi Police Department


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