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Brittney Kienitz Charged With Grand Larceny

Brittnel Theresa Kienitz - Photo Courtesy: Casper Police Dept.
Brittnel Theresa Kienitz - Photo Courtesy: Casper Police Dept.

A former employee of the Casper Target store, has admitted to taking nearly $1,700 in merchandise from her employer.

According to Casper Police,  Brittney Kienitz admitted to the store’s asset protection department, that she had stolen various items over the course of the past 6 months.

Among the items included nearly $900 in clothes, $400 of infant items, $130 worth of diapers and $75 worth of toys.

Police collected video surveillance footage of some of the incidents, along with a copy of a written admission statement as evidence.

Kienitz was arrested and charged with Grand Larceny.

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