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Police looking for men believed to be part of regional shoplifting ring in Hampton Roads, Va.  Police in several area cities are looking for three men believed to be part of a regional shoplifting ring: Kendrick Markiest Alexander, 25, Marquan Tawelle Hoskins, 22, and Antonio Leon Kelly, 21. Police say they stole large amounts of clothing from area stores, amounting to thousands of dollars. Police say in one incident, Alexander made off with 90 pairs of jeans and shirts from the Macy’s at Lynnhaven Mall in Virginia Beach. In James City County, he hit the Belk and Polo Ralph Lauren store. All together, he’s wanted in seven cities and counties, including: Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, James City County, Hampton, Newport News, Henrico County and Chesterfield County. (Source

Long Island man & Garden City Bloomingdales employee arrested in $117,000 Bloomingdale's fraud scheme  Police say 27-year-old Yorell Moses, of Freeport, cheated the department store out of $117,000 through a scheme involving gift cards, credit cards and returned merchandise. Moses was employed as a sales associate between November 2013 and March 2014, according to detectives, and he allegedly completed transactions for unidentified accomplices that included purchases of merchandise and gift cards with stolen credit card information. Police say Moses would receive Bloomingdale's gift cards of various denominations from the individuals, as well as purchase gift cards for himself at the time of the transactions. Moses allegedly continued to defraud the company by purchasing merchandise with the gift cards from various Bloomingdale's locations, and then returned the merchandise for credit to his Bloomingdale store credit card. He was arrested Tuesday while at work. (Source

Cedar Falls Police look for two women accused of stealing $36,000 in merchandise  A Waterloo woman is accused of using a child to help her steal merchandise from the Cedar Falls Von Maur Store. Amanda Swaggerty is charged with theft in the second degree and using a child in the commission of a crime. Swaggerty, a six-year-old and two other women are accused of stealing more than $36,000 worth of merchandise during the last two months. (Source

Elko, CA Police arrest woman for burglary, larceny at Big 5 Sporting Goods and Albertson’s  Police arrested a woman on Monday who is suspected of two shoplifting incidents. On March 25, Tessa J. Gomez, 29, of Elko reportedly went into Big 5 Sporting Goods. Employees recognized her because she’d been at the store before, Gomez took a backpack from the store and filled it with items. Then she went to the front of the store and said she wanted to return the items, police said. On Monday, Gomez reportedly went to Albertsons and filled a shopping cart with items. Police did not have a list of the items, but the value of the whole cart was a little more than $1,100. She tried to leave with the shopping cart without paying, and Albertsons employees confronted her. She left the store but was later arrested by Police. (Source

Central Marin, CA Police arrest 2 suspects in Abercrombie and Victoria’s Secret thefts

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