A florist who helped transport more than $100,000 worth of stolen Trelise Cooper clothing to a storage unit has been convicted, Stuff reports, but will have to wait until next month to find out her sentence. Crown prosecutor Victoria Squires said the offending was too serious to warrant a discharge without conviction. She said Dame Trelise Cooper had suffered as a result of the crime and the value of the stolen goods was too high to warrant a discharge.