A woman is due to appear in Armagh court on Tuesday charged with two counts of theft.
The 28-year-old is due to appear before a magistrate after incidents in Moy and Armagh on Friday afternoon.
Chief Inspector Roy Robinson said: “The charges follow two incidents of shoplifting from stores in the Moy and Armagh areas on the afternoon of Friday 16 December.
“Thanks to a staff member who gave a description of the car that three females made off in, police later stopped the car and arrested the females aged 28, 22 and 16. The two females aged 22 and 16 have since been released pending a report to the PPS.”
As is normal procedure, all charges are reviewed by the PPS.
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