Police: Warren woman shoplifted at Barrington Pet Valu

Woman faces felony shoplifting charge

Posted 8/26/20

Barrington police charged Noelle E. Allard, 34, of Warren, with shoplifting-felony and habitual offender-shoplifting, following an incident in town on Monday, Aug. 17.

Police received a 911 call …

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Police: Warren woman shoplifted at Barrington Pet Valu

Woman faces felony shoplifting charge

Posted

Barrington police charged Noelle E. Allard, 34, of Warren, with shoplifting-felony and habitual offender-shoplifting, following an incident in town on Monday, Aug. 17.

Police received a 911 call from an employee at the Pet Valu store in the Barrington Shopping Center at about 3 p.m.

The employee said a woman with black hair, wearing a black jacket had just stolen numerous items from the store and fled on foot. Police dispatch reported that the woman ran into a Rumstick Road resident's back yard.

Police located Ms. Allard; she is allegedly known to be a repeat offender with shoplifting. Police said she had $391 worth of items in her possession that she stole from Pet Valu, including pet collars, leashes and treats.

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