Without knowing the age of your daughter and other information about her, I would be hesitant to jump to a diagnosis of kleptomania. It is more likely an antisocial act, that is, not respecting the property of others were doing what is morally correct. Do you have any ideas about what she wanted the money for? Perhaps drugs or closing which you do not buy for her? My experience with people with kleptomania is that they can often easily afford the items or take things which are of trivial interest to them. It may be a part of other compulsive behaviors, such as gambling or substance-abuse, and the excitement of define being caught may be a factor
Your daughter may need some lessons, perhaps from a therapist, about empathy, understanding the impact of her behaviors on how she is viewed by others, and developing trust from her parents which she will need to be trusted with other privileges as she gets older.