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Three busted hitting Bloomingdales, Garden City, N.Y. with fake credit cards for over $100,000  Arrests of three Queens men for Grand Larceny occurred in Garden City on Wednesday, January 1, 2014 at 4:10 pm. According to detectives, a security officer working for Bloomingdales located at 630 Old Country Road recognized the defendants. Total value of all purchases made by the three defendants was $ 9349.00. An additional $ 97,566.00 in fraudulent purchases was made on 12/12/13 and 12/13/13. (Source

Six Walmart Employees Charged in Theft Ring in Acworth, GA
Six Walmart employees in Acworth have been charged in a theft ring at the store. On the day before Christmas Eve, Acworth's police department was contacted by the company's security loss prevention office, which had began noticing discrepancies in transactions involving the six workers. Walmart's loss prevention began to investigate the case along with Acworth detectives, and discovered that the employees were involved with theft of more than $6,000 worth of merchandise by voiding transactions at the register. This allowed co-workers to leave the store without paying. (Source

Organized crime ring involving more thieves strikes area malls in St Peters, MO  Police say a couple was arrested as a part of an organized theft operation. Police say a couple was arrested as a part of an organized theft operation. They were arrested for stealing $1,200 worth of merchandise from Dick’s Sporting Goods. (Source

Marshall’s Retail theft ring broke up in Cranberry Township, PA 
The group is accused of stealing more than $2,500 in merchandise from both the Cranberry Township Marshalls and a store in Beaver County. They would sell gift cards, often for half of their worth, to allegedly buy heroin. Police busted the retail theft ring after Thomas Pieri, 31, of New Galilee was apprehended by a loss prevention officer at Marshalls. Pieri reportedly then admitted to the 14 thefts allegedly undertaken by his group and proceeded to give up his other cohorts to police. All four are charged with retail theft, theft by deception, receiving stolen property, criminal conspiracy and organized retail theft. They were charged Dec. 26.

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