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Male-female duo identified hitting female shoppers at grocery stores, stealing wallets, using credit cards at various retailers in 2 states and DC  According to police, Karen Steelman is linked to a total of six cases in Anne Arundel County going back to February 2012. In these cases, the victim's wallets were stolen and their credit cards were fraudulently used to make thousands of dollars in purchases, say police. Detectives say Karen Steelman and Kenneth Harris are suspects in similar distraction thefts/credit card fraud cases in Washington, DC, Arlington, Virginia and Gastonia, North Carolina. Charges are pending against them in several jurisdictions. Anne Arundel County police say Montgomery County police helped with the investigation. Officials tell us that detectives from Anne Arundel County assisted Montgomery County with a search warrant on the suspects' home on Cheval Lane in Upper Marlboro. Police say that more than $50,000 of merchandise that was purchased using stolen credit cards was recovered from the residence. They also report that they found some of the victim's credit cards, identification, and two handguns. (Source

Ulta store in Oro Valley, AZ., hit by ORC gang of 4 for $3,500 worth of perfume  Four suspects face felony charges for allegedly running an organized shoplifting ring in which they escaped a northwest side store with approximately $3,500 worth of beauty products. Forty bottles of perfume were reportedly stolen from the Ulta store. The suspects reportedly fled the scene in a vehicle, which was later located with the stolen products inside. The Oro Valley Police Department wants to find more information on the suspects. Anyone with information is asked to call 911, 88-CRIME or (520) 229-4900. (Source

Dress With 'Inner Compartments' Not Enough to Conceal Theft
Despite preparation, a would-be thief failed to make off with the goods at a Best Buy store in Florida. Tiffany Ciecierska, 24, of Chicago, was arrested Monday, July 29 and charged with aggravated grand retail theft and three counts of use or possession of anti-shoplifting countermeasure devices. According to a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office affidavit, Ciecierska entered the Wesley Chapel Best Buy store with “electronic anti-shoplifting countermeasure” devices and wearing a specially made dress with inner compartments. Ciecierska, working with two unidentified males, used the dress to conceal nearly $1,400 worth of electronic products and then tried to walk out of the store without paying. (Source

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