Williston police say they nabbed an alleged Champagne thief with help from the public. But her alleged partner in crime remains at large.
Thursday we showed you surveillance photos of a woman entering the Shaw's Supermarket in Williston. Police say she and another man swiped with more than $300 worth of bubbly from the store.
Police say thanks to tips from the public they were able to identify the woman as Kelly Collins, 45. She was cited for retail theft and held in prison on a probation charge.
Investigators are still looking for her accomplice, Justin Prescott, 26. In addition to the alleged Champagne heist, police say he's wanted on multiple drug charges. If you know where he is call Williston police.
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