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Toddler allegedly used to help steal from Medina, Ohio store  A Medina children's re-sale store owner says thieves struck her shop, using a toddler to distract employees. The Owner of Munchkins' Kloset says a woman and two men came up with a craftily constructed plan to steal an unknown amount of goods or money from the store Saturday. Surveillance video depicts the three walking around the store. Medina Police posted about the crime, writing on Facebook, "We need your help! Please watch and SHARE this video. The Medina Police Department is seeking the identity of the three adults shown in this video. They are wanted for questioning in the investigation of a theft offense." (Source

Gang arrested over theft of electrics worth $272,000 from Dubai warehouse
A gang of eight has been arrested over the theft of Dh1 million worth of electronic goods from a Jebel Ali warehouse. Maj Gen Khalil Al Mansouri, of Dubai Police's Criminal Investigation Department, said a total of 10 people were involved in the crime - the eight at the scene, the mastermind and an owner of an electronic goods business similar to that of the victim. (Source

$1,000 in tools taken from Home Depot in Linden, NJ; 2 arrested
Loss prevention personnel stopped the other man, later identified as Emmanuel B. Cayemittes, 49, also of Brooklyn. Security officers told police the two men emptied a ceiling fan box in the store and filled it with $1,085.62 of various tools. One suspect then left the store, while the other went to checkout and paid the $46.97 ceiling fan price. Both men were arrested and charged with third-degree shoplifting. (Source

Shoplifters bring child along as they assault a Walmart Loss Prevention Associate  Longmont, CO Police say two sisters brought a 2-year-old child along while they stole $600 worth of merchandise from Walmart and assaulted a loss-prevention associate Saturday afternoon. Police say Isabel Sanchez, 21, and Nakia Sanchez, 18, were spotted putting stolen merchandise in a handbag inside the store. When the suspects were attempting to leave, the loss-prevention associate approached them. According to an arrest report, the employee was jumped from behind by Nakia. The 18-year-old suspect then grabbed the associate by her hair, which made her fall, and then dragged her outside where the associate was punched repeatedly by both suspects. Police say Isabel's 2-year-old daughter was present during the entire incident. They say Isabel was holding her daughter while she attacked the associate. The two were arrested just hours after the incident. Police say Nakia spat on a Longmont officer during the arrest. (Source

Pittsfield, MA woman with 30 priors for shoplifting arrested twice in same day at Rite Aid and Macy's

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