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Albuquerque police said they have busted a very active ORC ring.  According to investigators, the women, who sometimes used their children in the thefts, stole more than $10,000 worth of clothing over the last three years.  Police said the ring was a very sophisticated operation. During the investigation, they found that the suspects would actually take orders, then go steal the merchandise.  Officials said Lisa Griego and two others hit stores, including Express and Victoria's Secret.  "We have upward of 30 retail outlets that have had stuff stolen from them," said APD Organized Crime Unit Lt. Shawn O'Connell.  Officials said the suspects targeted Coronado Center and a majority of the merchandise still had the security tags and almost all of the price tags attached to them.  Investigators said the bust started with an arrest for $100 worth of stolen clothes, which led to Griego's arrest and a stockpile of clothes worth anywhere from $10,000 to $20,000.  (Source

A Delaware County grand jury in Columbus, Ohio, has indicted seven people who authorities say operated a multicounty theft ring that stole and resold more than $650,000 worth of vehicles and heavy equipment. The group is accused of stealing trucks, tractors, trailers and construction and lawn-maintenance equipment in Delaware, Franklin, Licking, Knox, Fairfield, Marion and Huron counties. The stolen equipment was then sold on the Internet, according to Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien. (Source

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