PORTLAND — A Portland woman remained in jail Sunday night after police charged her with burglarizing a Portland dress and alterations shop early Sunday.

Kristin Roberts, 28, is being held in lieu of $5,000 cash bail at the Cumberland County Jail. She is charged with burglary, criminal mischief, criminal trespass and theft, police said.

Lt. Scott Pelletier said Roberts was apprehended by Officer Charles Hodgdon after he spotted her loading more than $25,000 worth of items from Fladel Couture Clothing Design, 570 Brighton Ave., into her sport utility vehicle.

The business showed signs of forced entry, Pelletier said.

“This woman had taken everything, even the clothes off the mannequins. The store had been emptied,” Pelletier said.

Pelletier said the shop’s owner, Adele Ngoy, had returned to her shop Saturday evening with items she had used in a fashion and food show at Catherine McAuley High School.

Pelletier said the owner is a single mother with three children to support. Most of the items taken from her shop were recovered.