Police in Illinois have arrested a couple they say stole more than $7 million in items in stores from Chicago all the way down to Houston.
Authorities say Branko Bogdanov, his wife, Lela, and their 34-year-old daughter, Julia, are charged with interstate transportation of stolen property.
Court documents detail the multimillion-dollar shoplifting scheme that stretched across the country.
Court records indicate one of the women would wear a dress with a long skirt with blue lining capable of containing multiple rectangular objects, allegedly used to take merchandise -- everything from baby toys to electronics -- from the stores.
Investigators say the trio was spotted in Houston in February at The Woodlands Mall and Willowbrook Mall, stealing from Toys "R" Us, Apple and other stores. Court records show they got away with things like American Girl dolls, LEGO blocks, baby monitors and carriers.
Over a decade, authorities say the family is also accused of profiting more than $4 million on eBay by selling stolen products.
Federal agents arrested the Bogdanovs on Tuesday at their home in Northbrook, Ill., located just outside Chicago.
Legal experts say attorneys will base a lot of this case on surveillance video showing the suspects in the act, as well as the eBay accounts for proof.
Stolen property it carries a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine, if convicted.