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ORC 6-2-14



St. Matthews, MO Police say $100K Best Buy burglary part of ORC Ring  The St. Matthews Police Department is working with other law enforcement agencies, federal, state and local after about $100,000 worth of cellphones and other mobile devices were stolen from a Best Buy store on Friday. Police said the burglars went through reinforced steel doors of the store in the 5000 block of Shelbyville Road. The four burglars were wearing hooded sweatshirts and had their faces covered, according to police. On surveillance footage obtained by WLKY, one of the suspects rolled in a blue garbage bin that was used to remove the merchandise. The burglars were in and out of the store in less than 3 minutes and left in a tan minivan and two dark-colored SUVs. Employees were inside the store when the burglars came in. They barricaded themselves and called police. Police believe the suspects were armed and are part of an organized theft ring. Police think they were in the store earlier that day and may have surveyed the store for several days. Similar burglaries are reported in other states; including Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, West Virginia and Ohio. (Source

2 steal 35 iPods, other electronics from Walmart in Elizabeth City, N.C.
Elizabeth City police are seeking the public’s help finding two men caught on videotape stealing more than $12,000 worth of electronics — including 35 Apple iPods — from the Elizabeth City Walmart Supercenter this week. (Source

Credit card fraud nets 20-month sentence in Auburn, MA  Daniel Zogli, 35 was sentenced in federal court last week to serve 20 months in prison and ordered to pay $21,427 in restitution. Records show an Auburn police officer was called to Sears on May 16, 2013, after a man there was trying to pick up a video game system reportedly bought with a stolen credit card. A loss prevention officer for the store told the officer the video game system was bought online. Mr. Zogli was the authorized recipient and he was still in the store. Mr. Zogli was questioned by FBI and Secret Service agents at the Auburn police station. He admitted to receiving roughly 60 stolen credit cards from October 2012 to May 2013. The credit cards had been mailed to addresses in Worcester, Webster and Grafton. Mr. Zogli also said he used a website to obtain at least 200 stolen credit card numbers. (Source

Thefts, Assaults Land Locals in Wright County Jail
Gene Nathaniel Lumbar, 36, of Mahnomen, MN was arrested in Silver Creek Township on a MN Department of Corrections warrant for possession of shoplifting gear and a Hennepin County warrant for theft. (Source

Suspects arrested in Lewisville, TX Jewelry store robberies 


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