EDGEWATER PARK, NJ (CBS) – Two people suspected of stealing more than $45,000 from Burlington Coat Factory company, located in Edgewater Park, have been taken into custody.

Police say Yitsili M. Gautier was employed as a customer service representative and had access the company’s computer system. Osvaldo Rivera also worked for the company as a pallet jack operator in the warehouse.

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Authorities say Gautier and Rivera are suspected of selling more than 150 gift cards, loaded with $250, for just $125 each.

Police say Gautier is charged with leader of retail theft enterprise, theft, fraud and computer criminal activity. She was lodged in Burlington County Minimum Detention Facility with her bail set at $110,000, no 10 percent permitted.

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Officials say Rivera is charged with conspiracy/leader of retail theft enterprise and conspiracy/theft. He was lodged in Burlington County Jail with his bail set at $70,000, with no 10 percent permitted.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact DSG. John Harris at 609-877-4404.

An investigation is ongoing.

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