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Thieves Cut Hole in Manhattan Deli, Steal Baby Formula  Police are looking for a couple of thieves who carved a hole in the wall of an upper Manhattan deli late last week and stole cash, a hard drive, baby formula and other merchandise from the store. The deli’s owner, Epi Ulerio, said that thieves cut a 2-by-4-foot hole in the side of his Inwood Deli late Friday from an empty building next door. Once inside the store, the burglars ransacked the place, destroying an ATM, tossing merchandise on the floor and swiping the hard drive that stored the store's surveillance footage before leaving with the cash and baby formula. (Source

Mount Airy, NC Police investigating a theft ring targeting cell phone store
Local businesses dealing in items such as cellular telephones and iPads could be targets for a theft ring that has already struck twice in Mount Airy, along with other areas. “It’s definitely not local,” Brad Quesinberry, a detective with the Mount Airy Police said of the regional national nature of the offenders, who also have broken into stores in Galax, Va., and elsewhere in Virginia and North Carolina. Their handiwork first surfaced in Mount Airy in late February, when a glass front door was broken at B&H Computers on Edgewood Drive. More than 60 individual items, taking up three pages on a police incident report, were listed as missing, including around 30 Apple iPhones along with Samsung Galaxy cell phones, data cards and other products. Later, on April 3, another break-in with the same earmarks was discovered at the U.S. Cellular store at 692 S. Andy Griffith Parkway in the Lowe’s shopping center. (Source

Former Kohl's worker, 2 others charged with stealing from Raritan Township, NJ store  A former Kohl's employee and two confederates were charged with stealing from the store, township police said. On Tuesday, April 22, at about 1:30 p.m. the Raritan Township Detective Bureau arrested and charged Michael J. Eliades, 26 ; Nicholas O. Gilman, 25; and Ronald Lis, 50, with theft after an investigation. Eliades, a former employee, was returning to the Raritan Township store on numerous occasions and allegedly taking merchandise. The detectives also learned during their investigation that Gilman and Lis were helping Eliades with several thefts. (Source


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