|Wanted of the Week|
|By Public Information Officer Sarah Maroney|
|June 9, 2021|
On February 7, a Walmart loss prevention employee reported two female shoplifting suspects were at the business. Upon arrival, Deputy C.S. Haines located the two females and immediately suspected they were tied to several cases of shopliftings. He was aware of security footage showing two females, matching their descriptions, wearing pajamas and animal onesies during multiple thefts.
Deputy Haines identified the female, wearing a polar bear onesie, as Katherine Ibarra, 32, of Baltimore. The other female wearing a gray onesie provided a false identification before fleeing the scene. Ibarra was released and advised warrants for her arrest would be pending as he continued to investigate the previous shopliftings.
Deputy Haines was later able to identify Ibarra’s accomplice as Kristy Eura, 36, of Ruther Glen. As a result of the investigation, Eura is wanted for identity fraud, providing false identification to law enforcement, obstruction of justice, and five counts of larceny-3rd or subsequent offense. Ibarra is wanted for four counts of larceny. Attempts to serve the outstanding warrants have been unsuccessful.
Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact the Stafford County Sheriff’s Office at (540) 658-4400. Tips can also be submitted by texting STAFFORD + your tip to 274-637.