Retail Theft/Grand Theft

Date:

Reporting Deputy: Sergeant  Kamal Kabbara

File # PE232410044

Details:

On Tuesday, August 29, 2023, at 12:08 p.m., deputies from the Perris Sheriff’s Station responded to a business in the 1600 block of Perris Boulevard in Perris for a report of grand theft. Deputies learned the suspect, who was described as a black female adult, entered the store and stole $3321.00 worth of store merchandise and fled in a blue vehicle. The Perris Special Enforcement Team (SET) assumed the investigation. During their investigation, deputies identified Lisa Warren, a 60-year-old from Moreno Valley, as the suspect responsible for the theft.

On September 29, 2023, Perris SET located Warren and arrested her for the theft. Warren was subsequently booked into a Riverside County jail for grand theft.

Anyone with information on this case is encouraged to call Deputy Soto at the Perris Sheriff’s Station by calling 951–210–1000.

For media inquiries regarding this incident please contact the Media Information Bureau.

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