A California thief used Target’s self-checkout service to snatch over $60,000 worth of merchandise during a shoplifting spree spanning across 100 visits to the retail store.

Aziza Graves, 43, visited the Target at the Stonestown Galleria in San Francisco 120 times between October 3, 2020, and November 16, 2021, according to the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office.

During her elaborate scheme, Graves picked items from the shelves before she headed straight to the self-checkout counter, scanned her items, and paid a nominal amount, such as a single coin or bill, before exiting the store.

Graves was arrested in Nov. 2021 after investigators and the San Francisco Police Department followed her inside and around the store twice.

After leaving the store with the stolen items, the thief would go to the city’s United Nations Plaza, less than a mile from City Hall, where she sold the items off to vendors of stolen property.