A second woman has been arrested into a November theft at Victoria’s Secret during which police say almost $4,000 in merchandise was taken in five minutes.

Kaylee Keauna Robertson, 24, of Bryan, is now charged in the case, officials said.

According to College Station police, on Nov. 6 witnesses said several people took items from Victoria’s Secret. Authorities said three women entered the store at 7:46 p.m. and worked together to fill a store bag and black trash bag, while one woman carried clothes in her hands. The three left the store by 7:51 p.m. and had taken a total of 34 pairs of pants and leggings, 24 tops and 13 sports bras, police said. A mall security officer was able to follow a trail of clothes from the store to the parking lot, where they saw three women climbing into a Buick.

Warrants were issued for the three, and 19-year-old Skylett Deshona Duffie was arrested Nov. 22.

Robertson is charged with theft of $3,952 in clothing, a state jail felony punishable by up to two years in a state jail; and violating a criminal trespass warning, a misdemeanor. She is being held on several additional warrants.

Robertson remains in the Brazos County Jail on $152,000 bond. Duffie was released on $35,000 bond on Nov. 30.

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Rick Battaglia

$4000 at Victoria Secret is a pair of panties and a bra.

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