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ORC 4-24-14



Sarasota deputies charge 3 with credit card fraud scheme at Target stores  The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office has arrested three people for using lost or stolen credit cards to buy Visa gift cards at area Target stores. Tactical Unit deputies, working with Target Asset Protection personnel, identified the suspects in an investigation into similar crimes earlier this month. On Wednesday the trio returned to Target on Cattlemen Road and were later located at the Fruitville Road store. The group used credit cards that were lost or stolen by victims who reported shopping at Prime Outlets Ellenton earlier in the day. The suspects attempted to buy thousands of dollars' worth of gift cards but after several transactions were declined bought gift cards totaling $997.33. The group is facing a total of eight felony charges for Criminal Use of Personal Identification or attempting to do so in connection with two victims' cards, but additional victims and transactions have been identified. More charges are pending as the investigation continues. (Source

Theft at Weis Markets in Gettysburg could be part of bigger theft ring
Police are investigating an April 19 theft at Weis Markets in Gettysburg that could be connected to a possible theft ring across southern part of Pennsylvania, according to a news release sent April 23 by Cumberland Township police. Surveillance cameras showed that two men entered the Weis at 735 Old Harrisburg Road around 1:40 p.m., placed $1,600 worth of health and beauty products into a white bag and walked out the front door, the release stated. Police believe the suspects are involved in similar crimes that took place in Chambersburg, York, Hanover and Shippensburg, according to the release. (Source

Marshall’s busts 5 suspects in the Pittsburgh area; responsible multiple theft in the last 3 months  Cranberry Police last week arrested five people from Beaver County charged with stealing more than $1,300 from a Marshall’s store. The suspects, all from either Beaver Falls or New Brighton, hit the Marshall’s store in Cranberry Township six times between Feb. 9 and April 4. According to police documents, the five suspects would take turns stealing merchandise from the store. Then other members of the alleged theft ring would return the stolen goods in exchange for gift cards. (Source

Issaquah, WA Police catch T-Mobile burglars in the act
Three men were arrested yesterday morning after they broke into a T-Mobile store in Issaquah. Police Officers saw the three men break into the closed store at 3:22 a.m. and were waiting for them when they walked out. One of the men fled and was arrested at Lake Sammamish State Park. Officers were patrolling near the store following a string of break-ins at phone stores, police said. (Source

Three male suspects steal $31,000 in iPads from Collinsville, IL., Walmart store

Police in Goshen, IN are working a theft ring involving several suspects stealing from Walmart & Sam's from Indy to NW Indiana


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