Anjelika Rizaeva (21) from Turkmenistan spent New Year's Eve behind bars at the Kuta Police Precinct after being arrested for thievery at the Bintang Supermarket in Seminyak on Saturday, December 28, 2013.
Anjelika, also known as Anzhelika, list her profession as a "student."
She came to the Bintang Supermarket with her older sister Sura (30) on the Saturday before New Year's Eve.
The two women list their place of residence in Bali as the Perum Puri Gading No. 29, Jimbaran.
Police say the women were stopped as they left the supermarket and tried to evade questioning and inspection by security guards. When police were called to the store the women were found trying to hide in a nearby location.
Brought to the Kuta Precinct, police found in Anjelika's possession items from the Supermarket with a value of Rp.1,034,545 (US$86). The items included spices and various food products.
Quoted in DenPost, Wahyu Setyo of the Criminal Division of the Kuta Police said the facts of the case continue to be investigated.
The criminal code (363 KUHP) provides for up to five years imprisonment for theft.
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