Woman shoplifted $2,010 from Foot Locker days after shoplifting $3,800 from Ulta, prosecutors say

CHICAGO — Prosecutors say a Chicago woman stole merchandise worth $2,010 from a Foot Locker store on Monday, just ten days after she was charged with shoplifting $3,885 worth of products from an Ulta Beauty store.

Chicago police arrested Dominique Lee on April 13 after she and a male accomplice stole piles of cosmetics from Ulta’s store on the Magnificent Mile, 430 North Michigan, a prosecutor said during her bail hearing the next day.

Investigators tracked her and the accomplice down by following a GPS tracker hidden in the merchandise.

She was charged with felony retail theft, posted a $400 bail deposit, and went home the same day, officials said.

Dominique Lee is charged with shoplifting from the Mag Mile Ulta Beauty store and a Foot Locker in Wicker Park. | Yelp; Chicago Police Department; Google

On Monday, Lee walked into the Foot Locker at 1237 North Milwaukee in Wicker Park and walked out with over $2,000 worth of goods, Assistant State’s Attorney Alexander Konetzki said during her bail hearing yesterday.

Once again, police followed a secret tracker to locate Lee, who was convicted of felony retail theft twice in 2019, officials said.

Judge Charles Beach ordered her to pay a $2,000 bail deposit on the Foot Locker case and an additional $1,000 bail deposit for violating bond in the Ulta Beauty matter.