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ORC 5-28-13



West York ORC gang of 4 busted - including two store managers from Dollar General - Second ORC Gang this year  The West York Police department arrested four people Friday for their involvement in a retail theft ring that’s been going on since January. With the help from two store managers, $50,000 in merchandise was stolen from the Dollar General on West Market Street. In a search of one suspects apartment bins were sitting everywhere full of all kinds of merchandise. "More than enough to fill a truck. Anything dollar general sells you name it she took it,” says Musselman. This U-Haul is filled with $11,000 worth of merchandise, everything from shampoo to diapers, police say this is the second organized retail theft ring they’ve busted this year. “We have a lot of retail thefts with the giant and the dollar general but that dollar amount is unprecedented,” says Musselman. This is on the heels of the 122+ member ORC gang busted earlier this year. (Source

ORC suspect arrested for hitting Wal-Mart and other retailers in multiple states  An Iowa man wanted in two states for retail theft is now charged in Pennsylvania after what one investigator called an "elaborate scheme." Jeffrey Womochil, 52, is facing three felony charges by state police in Indiana after his arrest Friday. Investigators said Womochil remains in the Indiana County Jail and could possibly be extradited in the coming weeks to Iowa and Nebraska, where he is wanted on felony charges as well. Police said Womochil purchased a bag of potato chips from the Indiana Walmart on Friday evening. They said he left the store, walked to his van, walked back in the store and filled his cart with expensive cookware and other items. Then, they said he walked out without paying for the items, while holding the receipt from the purchase of the chips. Once inside his van, police said he used equipment to scan the legitimate receipt, altered the figures to make it look like he purchased the cookware and other items, then printed the fake receipt. From there, police believed he planned to return the items to the Blairsville Wal-Mart. (Source

Thieves rush Livermore Outlets store, steal thousands of dollars worth of designer jeans.  In a brazen daytime robbery, as many as 10 suspects rushed a Livermore outlet store and stole thousands of dollars worth of designer jeans Thursday afternoon. Around 4 p.m., the group of thieves entered the True Religion Brand Jeans store at the Livermore Premium Outlet shopping center. The group overwhelmed the clerk and then snatched several pairs of jeans that run up to $300 a pair and put them into bags and under jackets before running out of the store. Getaway cars were waiting for the suspects and then drove off with about $5,000 of merchandise. (Source

Couple in Coral Springs steal nearly $1000 worth of shoes from Burlington Coat.  The couple concealed 19 pairs of Coach shoes into bags they had brought into the store and walked out. The couple did manage to remove the security tags prior to concealing the merchandise. Coral Springs Police are hoping that release of the screen shot will help identify the suspects. (Source

Georgia Man Stole 195 Sticks of Deodorant. 
A metro Georgia man has been charged with the theft of 195 deodorant sticks he had stolen from Target. Police in Cobb County obtained an arrest warrant that accuses a Marietta man of stealing $877.80 worth of deodorant between January and April. The warrant says the thefts took place at a Target store in Austell, where the man slipped past the checkout stations with the stolen goods. The warrant says the man will be charged with felony theft by shoplifting once he's arrest. Cobb County jail records online show the man had not been booked as of Saturday morning.

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