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ORC 5-13-13



Sante Fe suspect arrested in connection to $12,000 iPad smash-and-grab.  Sante Fe Police have arrested 24 year old Derick Viviani for the smash and grab theft of 32 iPads from a Sante Fe Wal-Mart back in April. Viviani walked into the store about 3 a.m., smashed a case and filled a cart with 32 iPads. When employees confronted the man, police say he flashed a gun. The suspect then ran outside where an accomplice was waiting with a getaway truck. (Source

Orlando man steals $1,800 worth of razors, using a large dog food bag for concealment.  The D-D Daily reported last week a similar caper where a large pet food bag was used to conceal laptop computers. Last month a man in Tampa concealed $1800 of razor under a large dog food bar. Police are still seeking the identity of the suspect. (Source

Couple robs a RadioShack of 50 cell phones and cash in Orange, CT.  The two suspects entered the store and demanded cash and merchandise, no weapon was displayed. After opening the register for the suspects, the associates were asked to lay on the ground. No one was injured during the crime. (Source

Iowa man steals $11,000 worth of Sunglasses from Sunglass Hut. 
A thief broke into the Sunglass Hut kiosk inside the Coral Ridge Mall, stealing 60 pairs of sunglasses. The suspect, David Rose was apprehended by police following a short investigation based on finger prints he had left behind. (Source

Four man Distraction robbery team busted in West York, PA. 
West York Police started an investigation more than a year ago that led to charges being filed against four men, two who are still on the loose in connection with a multi-state retail theft ring. Police investigated a theft on April 28, 2012 of several thousand dollars from Smokers Outlet. Two men distracted the clerk while two others, acting as lookouts, while a fifth man removed the store safe. (Source

ID Thief hitting Jared jewelry stores and Best Buy stores in Michigan and Indiana  Police released surveillance photos of a woman wanted for identity theft at several retail stores across the state, as well as Indiana. Police say the woman committed the thefts at multiple Jared jewelry stores, including one in April at the Novi Road location, as well as Best Buys in southeast Michigan, west Michigan and Indiana. (Source

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