By CBSLA Staff

SANTA ANA (CBSLA) – A Costa Mesa woman was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of theft from multiple high-end retail stores in Southern California.

A California Highway Patrol report indicated that Zharkova, 38-years-old, was  surveilled by a recently implemented task force that was in place to help prevent the new string of “smash and grab robberies.” They witnessed her stealing from numerous stores, including Nordstrom Rack.

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According to that report, an executed search warrant at her home revealed 2,333 pieces of stolen goods – totaling a whopping $328,683.

The house was supposedly filled wall-to-wall with name-brand items from Gucci, Prada, Ramy Brook, Dodo Bar, Jimmy Choo and more. The task force witnessed Zharkova removing security devices from these items on several occasions, using a set of tools. Many of the items found at her home still had security devices as well, but they were malfunctioning.

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She was arrested on November 23 for the Nordstrom Rack incident, where the task force caught her stealing over $3,500 in goods. She posted bail two days later.

Authorities are still investigating in order to determine if anyone else was involved, or any other victims (stores) that were targeted.

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