Photos released of three suspects
being sought for stealing 62 bras from
Victoria’s Secret in the Tri-County Mall in Springdale, Ohio Three
women walked into Tri-County Mall and walked out with more than $3,200 in bras.
The theft happened on Nov. 5 at about 12:30 p.m. at the Victoria’s Secret store
in the mall. Springdale police say three women stole 62 bras valued at $3,224.
Detectives said the women waited outside the story for employees to get
distracted, then they ran in and loaded the bras into bags.
Three Montgomery, Alabama women accused of stealing nearly $2000 of
from Walmart Three Montgomery women trying to create their own
discounts at the Andalusia Walmart were still in the Covington County Jail
Tuesday after nearly $2,000 worth of merchandise was taken, according to
Andalusia Police Department Sgt. Jody Scott. Scott said, the three suspects were
each charged with theft of property II, after allegedly walking out the door
with an array of items. (Source
Columbus man charged with robbery in
Springfield, OH, stealing Crest White
Stripes from Rite Aid A 31-year-old man is accused of stealing
Strips from a pharmacy on Friday, then threatening to stab a store security
officer when he was confronted. Jerry W. Gelpi, who told officers he lived in
Columbus but couldn't remember the address, was acting suspiciously. A Loss
Prevention agent saw Gelpi open two boxes of Crest White Strips with a pocket
knife and put the product in his pants pocket. When confronted, Gelpi reportedly
handed the white strips over and stated he would pay for them. Gelpi then pulled
out his knife and told the agent he would stab him.
Gelpi then reportedly fled the store, where a police officer saw him fleeing.
Gelpi was apprehended soon after. (Source
Two female shoplifters being sought
for theft of cases of Red Bull being stolen
from a Fort Worth, Target; assaulted a Loss Prevention agent
in Fort Worth are trying to identify two women from surveillance photos who are
accused of stealing Red Bull energy drinks and assaulting a loss prevention
officer, according to a spokesperson for the police department. Police say that
the women were seen loading the Red Bulls into a cart at the Target on Overton
Ridge Boulevard at 12:40 p.m. Oct. 26. When the suspects tried to exit the
store, loss prevention officers tried to detain them, but the women allegedly
assaulted one of the officers and fled the store.
Lower Nazareth, PA
woman steals $785 in merchandise from PetSmart
County woman, accompanied by her dog, entered a Lower Nazareth Township pet
store Friday and stole nearly $800 in merchandise, according to court papers.
Store security at PetSmart noticed that Roseanne Marie Simeone, was acting
suspiciously in the store. Simeone had formerly been employed as a vendor at the
store, and is under investigation for retail thefts in multiple jurisdictions.
Simeone had come into the store about 1:50 p.m. with her dog, which she often
had groomed at the store. Simeone was spotted taking flea and tick medication
off the shelves and placing them in a bag with a sweater on top.
Kroger Loss Prevention apprehends a man with over $600 in baby formula in
Johnson City, Tenn. Johnson City Police Department arrested James
Kennedy and charged him with theft over $500.00, 3 counts of criminal simulation
and 2 counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. On 11/11/13,
officers responded to Kroger, on a shoplifting. During the investigation it was
determined that Kennedy selected more than 40 cans of baby formula and passed
the point of sale without making payment. Kennedy fled from the scene with more
than $660.00 worth of product. Kennedy had two children with him during the
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