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From Arizona to NY, thieves turn Legos into hard cash From Arizona to New York, alleged thieves are turning those tiny iconic plastic interlocking bricks you grew up with into cold, hard cash. On New York's Long Island on Friday, a 53-year-old woman was arraigned on grand larceny charges for allegedly stealing about $60,000 worth of Lego sets and trying to sell them on eBay, the Nassau County Police Department said in a statement. Gloria Haas was arrested Thursday after allegedly stealing 800 sets of the 80-year-old toys from a Long Island storage facility and moving them to a facility in another town, police said. She had intended to sell the toys on eBay. (Source


Three charged in $4000 theft of eyeglasses from West Acres Mall in Fargo
Three people face felony charges in connection with the theft of $4,000 worth of eyeglasses from two stores at West Acres mall. Travanti Plunkett, 29, Heather Nery 22, and Lloyd Johnson Jr., 23, were being held Monday at the Cass County Jail. Plunkett and Nery are accused of taking eight pairs of sunglasses with a total value of $2,000 from Visionworks on Aug. 9. On Aug. 13, Plunkett and Johnson stole 10 pairs of designer eyeglasses worth a total of $2,000 from LensCrafters. (Source

Framingham, MA Police arrest Shoplifter with extra license plates, cutter and magnets  Police arrested a Framingham woman on Saturday after they found her car full of stolen clothing and tools used to help make shoplifting easier. Isabelle Jacquet, 40, also had a second set of license plates in her trunk that had Velcro on them so they could be attached quickly to her real license plates, police spokesman Lt. Stephen Cronin said. Officers saw bolt cutters and knives in the car's center console. There were also several other knives and wire cutters, as well as 45 "powerful" magnets that could be used to deactivate security tags, throughout the car, "There were numerous tools that could be used to assist in shoplifting," Cronin said. (Source

Phillipsburg Mall theft suspect caught after similar heist at Lehigh Valley Mall

Two women stole nearly $4000 in electronics from Target stores in Orange Co NY

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