NH woman faces up to 7 years in prison after shoplifting at Macy's
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NASHUA — A Nashua woman faces a felony for shoplifting after police looked at her criminal record.
On April 21, Nashua Police responded to Macy's at the Pheasant Lane Mall for a report of a woman shoplifting.
Police looked through surveillance footage and got the license plate number of the car in which the suspect fled.
The license plate led police to the home of Cheryl Donlon, 56, who was put under arrest.
She was initially charged with Receiving Stolen Property, but since she had two prior theft convictions on her criminal record, police bumped up the charge to a class B felony.
A class B felony is punishable by up to seven years imprisonment, exclusive of fines.
Donlon was released on $150 cash bail and will be arraigned on June 9.