Brazilian Women Charged With Theft From Boca Raton Macy's

 Helina Maria Sarlo Wilken

Helina Maria Sarlo Wilken | PBSO Booking Photo

Janette Lirio

Janette Lirio | PBSO Booking Photo

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Two women with Brazilian ID cards were arrested and charged with stealing roughly $2300 worth of merchandise from the Macy’s at Boca’s Town Center Mall.

According to police, Helina Mario Sarlo Wilken, 41, and Janete Lirio, 52, were cuffed and stuffed after investigators say they took clothing, jewelry, watches and boxes of chocolates from the store.

Helina Maria Sarlo Wilken, L/F, DOB 4/9/1970 and Janete Lirio, L/F, DOB

4/8/1959 who both had unknown Brasilian ID cards stole about $2268.19
worth of clothing, jewelry, watches, and boxes of Chocolates from Macy`s.
Both suspects were booked and sent to the county jail.

Wilken, who lists Parkland as her home address, was released on $4500 bond. Lirio, who lists the same home address as Wilken, was also released on $4500 bond.

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