Lottie Pauling-Chamberlain said she challenged a thief in the early hours of the morning
A donation fund for a homeless woman who said she stopped a burglary has been put on hold after two people were arrested.
Lottie Pauling-Chamberlain, who sleeps outside Lush in Oxford, said she challenged a thief on 10 February.
Now a woman, 29, of no fixed address, has been held on suspicion of conspiracy to burgle and possessing Class A drugs, police said.
A man, 42, also of no fixed abode, has been arrested on suspicion of burglary.
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Staff at the shop in Cornmarket Street said a laptop and large box of cosmetics had disappeared when they opened the shop last week.
The next day Ms Pauling-Chamberlain, who sleeps rough in the area with her dog Marley, returned the stolen items.
A donation fund set up by the store has so far raised £9,245, which was donated to by 537 people.
But a spokeswoman for the cosmetics chain said …read more
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