Mother, daughter wanted in Kissimmee perfume thefts, police say

Kissimmee police say duo responsible for $15K in thefts from Ulta stores

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KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Kissimmee police are searching for a mother and daughter who they say are responsible for $15,000 worth of perfume thefts from Ulta stores.

According to a news release, Kissimmee police detectives have identified two suspects, a mother/daughter pair, that they believe were the two women seen on surveillance footage in the Ulta store located at 2609 W. Osceola Parkway.

Eryn Rice, 20, and her mother Jennifer Decoteau, 39, are believed to be the two responsible for over $15,000 in thefts from Central Florida Ulta stores. Rice's warrant holds a $10,000 bond and Decoteau a $15,000 bond.

On Oct. 3, the two women were caught on camera entering a Kissimmee Ulta store and stole over $4,000 worth of fragrances.

Kissimmee police urge that if anyone has with about the whereabouts of Rice and Decoteau, contact the Kissimmee Police's Department's Property Crimes Unit at 407-846-3333 or CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).

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