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Punta Gorda, FL shoplifters caught by Walgreen’s employees; suspect’s car had hundreds of dollars of merchandise from other retailers  The Punta Gorda Police Department arrested Tallahassee residents Tuesday afternoon, after Walgreens employees allegedly witnessed them shoplifting. A male and female suspect were stopped by police outside a CVS store. Officers transported the suspects back to Walgreens where store employees positively identified them as the people responsible for the theft. Although there was a minimal amount stolen from Walgreens, there was hundreds of dollars of suspected stolen items from other retail stores within the vehicle. During the investigation, officers also found cocaine in the sock of one of the suspects. (Source

New Orleans Police discover 98 stolen credit cards found during traffic stop, 1 connected to Target breach  Two New Orleans men are facing 98 counts of identity fraud and access device fraud after they were found to be in possession of stolen credit cards. Officials tell us that one card is connected to the recent Target data breach. "It may be that somebody else used the card during the Target breach and then sold it to someone else. We really have no idea," Chief Ricky Fox, Vinton Police Department, said. (Source

Man sought in Vineland Walmart baby formula theft
Police are looking for the thief who shoplifted 16 containers of baby formula, worth about $250, from Walmart on Monday afternoon. After employees at the West Landis Avenue store reported the merchandise was missing from a shelf, security reviewed surveillance footage and noticed a man concealing formula in his coat. The man left the store and appeared to put the baby formula near a skid steer loader in the parking lot, which was on site to clear snow. (Source

Hollywood, Florida Radio Shack Burglarized
Hollywood Police are investigating a burglary at a Radio Shack on Taft Street after burglars smashed through the store's windows and stole merchandise. An SUV was used to smash down the storefront causing an estimated $20,000 in damage. No information on the total inventory loss has been released. (Source


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