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Wilmington, NC Police arrest 4 people for stealing $4,500 in merchandise from local stores  Police in Wilmington have arrested four people who they say went on a shoplifting spree and took $4,500 in merchandise from a variety of stores. According to police, a cell phone retailer reported about $3,000 worth of display phones were taken from their store. The employee who reported the theft described the suspects' vehicle. Once police stopped the car, they found another $1,500 worth of merchandise from several retailers. (Source

Two Walmart employees in Port St. Lucie arrested on theft charges: $3000  Two employees of a Walmart in Port St. Lucie were arrested Sunday for allegedly stealing a total of $3,000 in merchandise. Jean Symson Dorcena, of Port St. Lucie, and Kirby Lynn Chastine, of Pahokee, are facing charges of retail theft. According to a Port St. Lucie Police report, the two men were observed by store security concealing laptop computers and other items then leaving the store without paying for the merchandise. Walmart loss prevention officers recovered seven laptop computers from Dorcena. The value of the items allegedly taken by Dorcena amounted to $1,637.88. Chastine was seen by loss prevention officers allegedly concealing two tablets, ear phones and three laptops in a book bag and leaving the store without paying for them. The cost of this theft was $1,319.88. (Source

Montana Teen admits to stealing over $3000 in merchandise from Cabela’s
Nicole Holmes, 19, faces a felony charge for theft and a misdemeanor charge for driving without a valid driver's license. She appeared in Missoula County Justice Court Tuesday afternoon. Holmes was arrested Monday morning for stealing a laser range finder from Cabela's on Brooks Street. She allegedly admitted to stealing nearly $3,000 worth of electronics from Cabela's on several occasions. The items include GoPro cameras, Garmin GPS and camera accessories. She told detectives she was working with her former 17-year-old boyfriend to steal and then sell the electronics to fund their living expenses. (Source

UK: 7 arrested in the $150,000 Smash and Grab of handbags from Larizia store in London


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