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Burlington man guilty of stealing $600,000, reselling items pleads guilty  Burlington man who stole books, Legos and other items from retail stores in Massachusetts and New Hampshire then resold them online for about half their retail cost has pleaded guilty. Federal prosecutors say 67-year-old John Strang pleaded guilty Tuesday in U.S. District Court to interstate transportation of stolen property. Prosecutors say Strang shoplifted as much as $600,000 worth of goods _ primarily books, audiobooks and Legos _ from various stores since 2007. He then sold them online for 40 percent to 50 percent off the retail price and shipped them across the U.S. Strang faces a maximum of 10 years in prison at sentencing scheduled for Oct. 15. (Source

ORC male duo from York, PA., busted who had 43 retail theft convictions between the two of them  Police in Springettsbury Township arrested two York City men one with 28 prior convictions of retail theft and the other with 15 prior retail theft convictions and charged them with retail theft on Friday. Lutzinger, 61, of 428 E. Prospect St., remains free on $25,000 bail. His alleged accomplice, Joseph Robert Corsa, 50, of 207 N. Hartman St., remains in York County Prison on $85,000 bail. The men allegedly stole a pool filter system valued at $199, a pool filter pack valued at $17 and an Igloo wheeled cooler valued at $21, from Walmart, located at 2801 E. Market St., about 11:20 a.m. Friday, documents state. (Source

5 females arrested after shoplifting at Home Depot in Hermitage, Tenn.  Police arrested five females for shoplifting at a hardware store Sunday afternoon. The arrests took place just after 2 p.m. at the Home Depot in Hermitage. Police reported that some of the suspects were juveniles. The investigation is ongoing. (Source

Former manager of Lorain County Community College’s bookstore guilty of theft  The former manager of Lorain County Community College’s bookstore pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of theft and theft in office for selling stolen books on the Internet. According to prosecutors, Farrell made $98,225 for selling books she stole from the store on the Internet. About 1,600 books sold online by Farrell were listed as damaged in a Feb. 18, 2009, fire in the tunnels beneath LCCC that caused approximately $8.4 million in damage to the campus. She had an accomplice, Tina McElravy who plead guilty last year. School officials discovered discrepancies between a December 2009 audit of the bookstore’s finances and one that was conducted in April 2010. The December audit valued books damaged as being worth $100,953, while the second placed the value at $52,447. (Source

$250K Bond For Woman Charged With Robbery Of Beauty Supply Store.  A 21-year-old woman is accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of hair extensions and cash from a Morgan Park beauty shop last month. Timesha Brown is charged with robbing the store in the 11100 block of South Western Avenue on June 3. According to police, the man had a gun and filled a bag with cash from the register, hair extensions and personal items from the two female employees in the store. The woman sprayed a 57-year-old store employee with pepper spray. (Source

Suspects Steal over $4000 in Perfume from JC Penney.  A group of shoplifters hit the perfume area of a Fort Smith JC Penney store in the Central Mall several times over the past few weeks. At times up to 4 shoplifters can be seen caught on surveillance video. The suspects all remain at large. (Source

Tom Thumb shoplifters in Texas steal $1600 worth of wine.  Police in Grapevine need help identifying some suspects who allegedly stole baskets of wine directly off of the grocery store shelf. The two crimes took place on June 23 and June 24, both at the Tom Thumb store. In the first theft, officers were called about two men who allegedly took $1,000 worth of Duckhorn 2010 Merlot wine. The second wine theft, which happened just one day later at the same location, the man entered the grocery store and swiped about $600 worth of various wine bottles from the shelf. Surveillance photographs show the merchandise loaded into shopping baskets. (Source

Two Cleveland area men accused of thefts from several Walmarts.
Two men were apprehended by Police in Elyria on Sunday after pushing a cart of merchandise valued at over $600 out the door. Loss Prevention and Elyria Police were waiting for them. One suspect admitted to Police that they used criminal tools during the commission of this and past thefts, and that the merchandise was sold downtown Cleveland for cash and or heroin. (Source

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