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A North Bergen, New Jersey man was sentenced in federal court Tuesday to 41 months in prison for being the mastermind behind a nearly $1 million cargo theft ring.  To catch him in the act, law enforcement officials stationed a man as manager of a warehouse in Sayreville. When the suspect arrived, four of his vehicles contained merchandise totaling nearly $1 million, authorities said.  The items ranged from food and bed linen to clothes bound for Burlington Coat Factory and items meant to be shipped to Home Goods stores.  The trailers were stolen out of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.  In a separate case, the suspect is facing charges of conspiracy to receive and sell stolen goods and money laundering, according to authorities. The charges stem from the alleged sale of baby formula stolen from stores in several southern states as well.  (Source

ORC mom and son duo hitting 13+ times at Target stores in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and selling their loot to retail stores that buy used merchandise.  (Source

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