T.J. Maxx Robbers
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Beata Bohman
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At first, I was impressed by Stephanie Moreland's creative robbery: the Minnesota Native stole a $6,500 mink coat from the Alaskan Fur Company by hiding it in her underwear and then continued to hide the coat there for three days while being questioned by the police in jail. As crafty as Moreland was (she modified her underwear in order to hold the coat) she has some serious competition when it comes to fashion heists: Moreland is just one of many thieves who has managed to hide valuable goods in unimaginable places. In the past year alone there was one resourceful woman who hid an entire safe under her skirt, another who kept $3,000 in her weave and a dangerous duo who attempted to wedge $2,600 worth of boots, jeans and accessories in their fat rolls from T.J. Maxx (see video below for proof.) The fashion robberies don't stop there: just last week Manhattan socialite Beata Bohman attempted to steal an $11,000 fur-lined scarf from a store in Greenwich, Connecticut (unfortunately there is no word as to where she tried to hide the goods). Which robber steals the spotlight?

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