Dresden: Poles exchanged their clothes at TK Maxx

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Dresden – Because the store detective arrived too early, this Polish couple from Warsaw escaped unpunished on Monday.

Real estate manager Agata R. (50) and husband Pawel (51, computer scientist) were each sentenced to eight months in prison for theft by the Berlin-Tiergarten district court in July 2018, but only on probation. The two had plundered the TK Maxx branch on Alexanderplatz several times.

They went into the changing room with luxury fashion from the gold label range (costing thousands of euros), where they relabeled the security labels on the discounter clothes they had brought with them. Then they gave it back. At TK Maxx, employees use number cards to record how many items are taken into the cabin.

Store detective Yussuf K. (32) transferred the couple to Berlin and then moved to Dresden. “I was amazed when Agata R. came towards me in the Dresden branch, despite a lifelong ban,” he testified in court.

Yussuf grabbed the woman with branded clothes for 3,600 euros (including Valentino and D&G), she had not yet exchanged labels at that time. Her husband also had the Prada jacket and Philip Plein jeans for 700 euros over his arm.

However, the procedure was discontinued because the crime was possibly only in preparation.

The couple left the court happily, roaring away in the Maserati.


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