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ORC 7-18-14




$852,900,000 in ORC Cases in the first six months of 2014
Once again not a precise number and reflects what is reported publically and with support of a number of dedicated LP executives we've also been able to share a number of cases much quicker than the normal news channels. We do plan on writing a more comprehensive report to be published in the Daily after our presentation at the Ohio ORC Retail Crime Symposium on September 19th. Stay tuned for more info on how you can get involved with that specific meeting in the days to come. In the meantime we do need some solution provider sponsors to help the retailers deliver this important symposium. If you need information on the event see their banner here on the Daily and if you'd like to help out and become a sponsor either send them an email at or feel free to contact me at directly. SPONSORS are needed! Jump in and help!

St. Matthews, KY Police seeking suspect in $250,000 Best Buy thefts  Police say he has walked out of local Best Buy stores with at least $250,000 in merchandise. The most recent theft happened at a Best Buy in St. Matthews. Police say surveillance video shows Wallace Sanders casually walking into the store and then running out with the merchandise in a bag. "He enters the store, knows exactly what it is that he's going after, in our cases, it was laptop computers," said Det. Dennis McDonald, with St. Matthews Police. Police say the surveillance video shows Sanders and a female walking into the Shelbyville Road location on July 12.. Det. McDonald says Sanders' crime spree is not just limited to the Shelbyville Road location. "Best Buy estimates that Wallace Sanders is responsible for at least 30 separate thefts from Best Buy stores in St. Matthews, Louisville and Clarksville, Indiana." (Source

Millbrook, AL Police looking for individual in $2500 Wal-Mart theft
On June 8 an unknown male entered the Wal-Mart in Millbrook and stole several items. The man entered the store at approximately 4:00 a.m. and went straight to the electronics department. There he tampered with the glass display doors until he was able to break the locks. He began taking Samsung Galaxy Tablets, tablet cases, Beats by Dre Headphones, and Beats Pill Speakers. Investigators advised that he made at least two trips carrying the stolen goods and was able to avoid employees. (Source

Police identify Lakeville, MA couple who stole thousands of dollars worth of items from area Home Depot stores



ORC 7-18-14
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