Déjà Vu: Cops Say Woman Wore "Won’t Be Caught" T-Shirt During Shoplifting Spree At Florida Department Store

A shoplifter who wore a “Won’t Be Caught” t-shirt is being sought by cops who say that the woman and an accomplice stole handbags worth more than $700 from a Florida store.

The suspect is seen above in an August 30 surveillance photo taken at a Marshall’s department store in Sanford.

The two women were filmed “selecting multiple handbags and then passed all points of sale, making no attempt to pay for their selected merchandise,” according to police. The below photo shows the duo running from the store carrying the stolen loot.

In March, a woman wearing a “Won’t Be Caught” t-shirt was recorded on a security camera after she and a female sidekick stole nearly $1500 worth of perfume and cologne from a beauty supply store in Tampa.

In late-May, cops arrested Toccara Marlesha Huff in connection with the theft at the Ulta Beauty Supply store. Investigators identified the 33-year-old Huff--a convicted felon who has a rap sheet filled with dozens of arrests--as the woman wearing the “Won’t Be Caught” t-shirt.

Huff was released on $4000 bond, but when she failed to show for subsequent court hearings, a judge issued an arrest warrant for her. Huff’s bond has been revoked, and the fugitive remains at large.

It does not appear that the “Won’t Be Caught” thief seen in the August 30 surveillance photo is Huff. The Sanford department store is about 100 miles away from the Tampa beauty supply shop allegedly plundered by Huff and her cohort Ayanna Palacio, a convicted felon who is being held in the Hillsborough County jail.