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Samsung Says Insurance to Cover Costs From $6.4 Million Brazil Cargo Theft
About 20 bandits invaded the company’s factory in the city of Campinas yesterday morning, using as many as 10 trucks to steal 40,000 units of product. About 50 employees were held hostage as thieves snatched approximately $6.4 million worth of merchandise, according to Samsung. “It is regrettable the incident took place. However, it is fortunate that there were no casualties,” Samsung said in a statement. “The police are currently investigating the incident, and we will fully cooperate with the police authorities and will make utmost efforts to resolve this issue.” The police have suspects in the case, their press office said without providing additional details. The thieves took tablet computers, mobile phones and laptops. (Source

Colorado fraud ring stole more than $100,000 from unsuspecting people The search continues for two suspects involved in a massive identity theft ring targeting people across Colorado. Last week, police arrested Geider Morales, 24, following a search warrant. Kimberly Danais Navas, 21, and Eriec Joseph Rodriguez-Morales, 32, remain on the run. Court papers obtained by News 5 Monday say the group was installing "card skimmer" technology at gas stations across El Paso County. Authorities say they have identified more than 50 victims from Denver, El Paso County, and Pueblo. (Source

Woman used radio to monitor Walmart security while allegedly stealing merchandise in Las Cruces, NM  Sharon Moody, 42, has been charged with one count each of non-residential burglary and possession of burglary tools. On the afternoon of July 6, Las Cruces Police were sent to the Walmart store on a report of a shoplifting in progress. Police say that an employee in the store's loss prevention office was monitoring a woman, later identified as Moody, as she allegedly used a utility knife and razor blades to cut open packaging on several pieces of electronic merchandise. Moody then allegedly placed the merchandise - valued at $544.65 - in black backpacks inside her cart before leaving the store. A Las Cruces Police officer greeted Moody outside of the store after she left without paying. The officer found the merchandise inside the backpacks and found out that Moody was wearing an earpiece and radio receiver that monitored store security transmissions. (Source

Three Alamogordo, NM men arrested for credit card fraud
Alamogordo police have arrested three men who allegedly used a stolen credit card to embark on an internet shopping spree and spent stolen money around town, according to Det. Schoolcraft. Dustin Lask, 18, Christopher Rodriguez, 19, and Isaiah Lucero, 19, are charged with numerous fourth-degree felonies following the search of two Alamogordo homes. Schoolcraft said Lask has been charged with 13 counts of violation of the remote financial services act, two counts of conspiracy, two counts of theft of identity by electronic fraud and three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card. Rodriguez has been charged with 20 counts and Lucero has been charged with 35 counts. (Source

Ulta Cosmetic in Sarasota, FL hit for over $600 in merchandise; Police seeking to ID suspect  The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office is asking the public to help identify a woman who is suspected of stealing more than $600 worth of cosmetics from the Ulta store in Sarasota, on Thursday, June 26 around 3:30 p.m. Surveillance video captured the woman carrying merchandise into the Ulta restroom where items were removed from their boxes and the packaging discarded. (Source

Target shoplifter in Clermont, FL trading stolen TV’s for drugs


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