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ORC 12-4-13




Richmond, British Columbia, Canada - ORC duo - husband wife team busted with truckload of stolen toys & clothing - selling online  Richmond RCMP have now laid charges against a Richmond couple after police raided their family home and removed a truckload of stolen toys. Charges stem from alleged shoplifting incidents dating as far back as July and ranging over several days. The theft included toys and children’s clothing. Alyssa John sold the stolen items online to families predominantly in the Richmond area through the “Steveston Kid Swap and Shop” Facebook page. The RCMP partnered with loss prevention officers at Toys ’R’ Us and TJX Canada (which owns Winners, Homesense and Marshalls) for the investigation. Thanks to Warren Griffey for submitting the article. (Source

ORC trio busted in Rochester, N.Y. with itemized list and stolen goods found in truck after police chase  Hitting Wal-Mart, the trio tried to get away and intentionally rammed two police cars trying to get away. Police recovered stolen property from the wreckage of the crash that followed Friday's two county police chase. They also discovered something else: an itemized list. "She stated that the owner of the truck had given her this list of stuff to come out to Macedon to steal that day," said Macedon Police Chief John Colella who interviewed one of the two female passengers in the fleeing car. Nearly every week people come to this Walmart with a list. They are not shoppers but professional shoplifters who target items selected by a middle man who then flips them for a 100% profit. (Source

Thieves steal dozens of bras from South Barrington Victoria's Secret outside of Chicago  Thieves brazenly stole 72 bras valued at $3,690 from a Victoria's Secret store in South Barrington last month, authorities said. South Barrington Police Chief Mike Deegan said the store chain, not the village or the Arboretum shopping center where the store is located, is being targeted regionally. Victoria's Secret stores are generally not heavily staffed, and merchandise of high value can be taken quickly to be fenced or sold through third parties at flea markets, he said. Both thefts were reported to police Nov. 26, but one happened on Nov. 9 and the other Nov. 21, Deegan said. Surveillance footage from the Nov. 9 theft shows 36 bras worth $1,771 being shoved into a bag before the offenders ran out the door. On Nov. 21, a woman posing as a customer distracted a sales clerk while a male accomplice grabbed another 36 bras worth $1,919, police said. (Source

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