Created on Friday, 11 June 2010 09:18
Two Philadelphia women are accused of spending more than $7,000 on credit cards stolen from other women at Panera Bread on Route 309 in Montgomery Township. 29-year-old Lakisha Edwards and 21-year-old Tiara Woodbury are charged with identity theft and other offenses. They allegedly stole a total of ten credit cards from the pocketbooks of four victims, and then used them mainly to buy gift cards from nearby stores. A break in the case came in mid-May after the local Bed, Bath and Beyond store turned down one of the women when she tried to use a stolen card. They were arrested a few days later when they returned to Panera Bread.