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Mother and daughter charged with shoplifting

Faith Egbuonu
May 25, 2019 08:26 AM

ROSWELL, N.M. — A mother and daughter are accused of teaming up to steal from a Marshall's in Roswell.

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Rosa Mendoza worked at the store. According to court documents, Rosa was allegedly pretending to ring up her daughter DeAnna Mendoza – and then gave her items for free.

Rosa and her daughter are also accused of pulling off some fraudulent returns. 

They reportedly got away with over $2,800 worth of merchandise between September and December.

Both have been charged with shoplifting. 

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