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ORC 8-28-14




Publically Reported ORC Reaching $1 Billion Plus Year to Date
Organized Retail Crime is certainly not disappearing anytime soon! So far this year in the Daily we've reported a total of 637 publically reported cases exceeding over $860 million. August numbers are to be reported Tuesday and a detailed analysis of year to date will be coming next week along with a three year recap.

Three Suspects arrested on I-85 in Grantville, GA for credit card fraud
According to Police, officers searched the vehicle and found 49 suspected fraudulent credit cards inside – of these, only five had a man’s name on them and most had women’s names. Officers also found a guidebook with written instructions on how to make and steal fraudulent credit cards. (Source

Four Suspects Busted for Purchasing over $6,000 in Electronics with Fake Credit Card in Valley Stream, NY  Crimes Against Property Squad detectives report the arrest of four Brooklyn men for grand larceny and possessing a fraudulent credit card which occurred in Valley Stream on Tuesday, 08/26/14 and 5:45 P.M. According to detectives, the 4 suspects entered the Target store located on W. Sunrise Hwy., and purchased Apple IPads and other assorted electronics using a fraudulent American Express credit card. The total purchase was in excess of $6,000. A loss prevention employee became suspicious and notified police. (Source

Two Cleveland women arrested hitting Ulta Beauty and Old Navy
Two women, 20 and 21, were charged with theft, possessing criminal tools and obstructing official business Aug. 18 after they were suspected of stealing jewelry from Old Navy. Officers also located merchandise in their purses they learned was stolen from the neighboring Ulta Beauty store. The total amount of the theft from Old Navy was valued at $222.94 and the total value of the cosmetics from Ulta Beauty was valued at $1,369. One of the women also lied to officers about her identity. (Source

ORC 8-28-14
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