(KRON) — More than $1,000 worth of merchandise from The North Face outlet was stolen earlier this week, the Berkeley Police Department (BPD) said in a Facebook post. Two suspects allegedly stole from the store at 1238 Fifth St. on Tuesday.

After stealing the clothes, the two suspects fled in a vehicle with an apparent fake license plate, police said.

Later that evening, an off-duty BPD officer saw the suspect vehicle parked on an unknown street. Police then detained a suspect as they were entering the vehicle. That’s when officers realized the suspect was wearing one of the stolen North Face jackets.

Police conducted a search of the suspect and found methamphetamine and cocaine. The suspect was arrested and booked into jail.

(Berkeley Police Department)

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One suspect remains at large, according to the Facebook post. Neither suspect was identified by police. No other information was immediately available.