Sears clerk arrested for swiping nearly $4 million in items


New Jersey police charged one lone Sears clerk for stealing —and then trying to sell —$3.7 million worth of goods from a warehouse, The Daily Mail reported on Monday.

Shoppers at a Sears store
Scott Mlyn | CNBC

The publication said Kim Watson, 32, was arrested on Friday and allegedly sold high-end merchandise from the Sears Distribution Center in Logan Township, New Jersey. An investigation found items from bedding to kitchen appliances missing from the warehouse.

Read More Sears says Kmart stores targeted in malware attack

Police believe the merchandise was sold to a network working around the tri-state area. Watson was charged with second degree theft.

Read More Sears earns 'genius' ranking, tops Saks, Neiman

For more on the story click here.