A Mills woman is heading to prison after admitting she stole from a local charity.

Sierra Bradley was sentenced to two-and-a-half to five years at the Wyoming Women's Center in Lusk, after pleading guilty to one charge of burglary.

Police say she stole $2,800 worth of items from the Casper Goodwill Store.

Investigators say the theft took place in late January, and employees said they had noticed Bradley in the store for several hours prior to the incident.

Security video showed Bradley in the office the night of the burglary, and when she took a polygraph test, officers said she was being deceptive with her answers.

Investigators later found a sweatshirt on the roof of the Goodwill Store and determined that it was the same one that Bradley was wearing before the burglary.

Security video also showed Bradley with a soda can that was taken from an employee refrigerator, and DNA tests linked her to the beverage that was found after the burglary had taken place.