Police are searching for a woman who snapped a selfie before allegedly stealing packages of jewelry worth thousands of dollars in Irvine.
The woman was caught on camera using a fraudulent identification card to collect FedEx packages that did not belong to her, police said.
Security video from inside the FedEx store captured a recent theft. The woman is seen waiting in line when at one point, she appears to snap a casual selfie before calmly walking away with the stolen package.
Police said the woman presented pick-up slips paired with fake ID cards to claim the packages.
Nine days later, she was seen at the FedEx yet again claiming a stolen package before walking off, police said.
The total reported loss was around $7,000 worth of jewelry, authorities said.
The suspect is described as an Asian woman with black hair. She was last seen wearing a black jacket, black pants and white shoes. Her vehicle is described as a white Mercedes-Benz SUV.
Anyone who recognizes the suspect or has additional information is asked to call Irvine Police at 949-724-7000 or email Detective Johnson at email@example.com.