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Woman hits Walmart store for $27,000 in cell phones in Opelika, AL.  Police today released security-camera images of a woman suspected of stealing cell phones worth nearly $27,000 from an Opelika Walmart Supercenter. Between 11:23 and 11:35 p.m. CST Tuesday, she went to the electronics section of the 2900 Pepperell Parkway store, pried open a cabinet in which cell phones were stored, and put 39 in a gray duffel bag, police said. (Source

Smyrna police on look out for serial shoplifters hitting Targets  On Jan. 31, two black females and a black male are believed to have stolen more than $1,000 in merchandise from the Target Superstore in Smyrna. Then on Feb. 5, the same subjects are believed to have perpetrated another felony shoplifting at the Target Superstore in Murfreesboro. "Through our investigation we have identified the suspects in this case as Brittany Shenna Blackwell, Ashley Monique Robinson and Lebron St. Clair Partridge,” Arnold said, adding all three suspects live in the Chattanooga area. (Source

Shoplifting Ring Ends with Arrest in Franklin, N.J. - Have You seen them in your stores? Police want to know  On Friday January 31, 2104 management from the Shop Rite of Franklin New Jersey reported an alleged shoplifting incident. This same incident occurred in Byram and Newton Shop Rite with a monetary loss closer to $1,400. Management indicated in the Franklin store that video surveillance showed the suspect walk to a section of the store where baby formula is displayed for sale, place several bottles of baby formula into a cart, and ultimately leave the store without first purchasing nearly $1,000 of the product. Management from the Byram Shop Rite found that a male fitting the same description as the male who entered the Shop Rite in Franklin had entered a vehicle with Pennsylvania license plates after leaving the store and failing to first purchase not only baby formula but Crest White Strips. Investigation revealed both individuals involved in these incidents was Kyle Morris, 24, of Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania and Joshua Lindfors, 25, of Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania. Subsequent to the investigation, Franklin Police Detective along with Byram Police Detective ultimately made contact with both suspects in Franklin late on February 4, 2014. After contact was made both individuals were arrested without incident. Any other municipalities who have recently suffered a loss of baby formula or other type of products should contact either the Franklin or Byram Police Detective Bureaus to determine whether these actors were involved. The investigation revealed that these individuals have been committing similar offenses throughout the tri-state area. More arrests could follow as additional reports and information of this shoplifting ring continue. (Source

James City, VA Police get warrants for 4 people accused of shoplifting $5,000 worth of clothing hitting Belk and Polo Ralph Lauren  Police have obtained multiple felony warrants for four people wanted in connection with several shoplifting incidents at Belk and Polo Ralph Lauren. The thefts occurred in November and December. More than $5,000 in clothing were taken. The suspects are believed to be part of a regional shoplifting ring and are wanted in other jurisdictions ranging from Richmond to Virginia Beach. (Source

Caught On Camera: Thief Pushes Employee to Ground in $1,000 Marshall Department Store Theft in Torrance, CA  Torrance Police are looking for four people who entered a Marshalls store in Torrance and stole more than $1,000 in merchandise in January by using reusable Marshalls’ bags. Surveillance cameras captured footage of the suspects, one of whom violently shoved an employee to the ground when she was asked to have her purse checked. That suspect had set off the store alarm while attempting to exit. (Source

Shoplifters At Oklahoma City, OK Target Caught On Camera; suspects still at large


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