Authorities Looking for Mother and Daughter Home Depot Theft Suspects

Authorities Looking for Mother and Daughter Home Depot Theft Suspects

PALMDALE, Calif. – Authorities are attempting to identify two women, possibly mother and daughter, who stole from three different Home Depot stores.


On June 13, 2019, the two women went to the three stores, all in the Antelope Valley, and walked out without paying for items. The items stolen were from the tool section of the store. The two women placed multiple power tools in their cart and left the store without paying.

The younger of the two suspects is a White female in her 20’s with brown hair, 5’8” inches tall, 190 pounds and has a tattoo on the inside of her left forearm. The older woman is also a White woman, she is 45 to 50-years-old, 5’8” tall, brown hair, 210 pounds with a Batman logo tattoo on the outside of her right calf. 

The suspects are believed to be mother and daughter since the younger suspect was heard calling her “mom”. Both women fled in an older model white Ford Expedition. 

Anyone who can identify these suspects or has additional information regarding these incidents are encouraged to contact Palmdale Station’s Detective Campbell at 661-272-2453. Please remember you can also submit anonymous tips to or by calling 1-800-222-TIPS.

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