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Fencing Operation - 3 Men stock shelves with $50,000 of Rite Aid stolen loot from warehouse  Three men have been arrested for allegedly stealing $50,000 in merchandise from a Bucks County Rite Aid warehouse and using the goods to stock an illegal store run from the basement of a Philadelphia home. The caller told investigators that a Rite Aid tractor-trailer had pulled into a darkened parking lot and that people were unloading items from the trailer into a pickup truck. Officers reportedly found Rite Aid storage totes in the truck bed and backseat containing about $2,000 worth of personal care merchandise, cleaning supplies and paper products. Also taken into custody was tractor-trailer driver Miguel Ortiz, 43, who allegedly admitted that he agreed to meet Agosto and sell him merchandise stolen from the Rite Aid Distribution Center on the unit block of Geoffrey Drive. Burgos, Agosto and Ortiz are believed to be responsible for thefts from the Rite Aid warehouse totaling $50,000, police said. (Source

6 member ORC gang busted for $25K - 65 gift cards - fraud in Greenville, S.C. - Two employees of Home Depot  The Sheriff's Office said they received a complaint from the management of the Home Depot on South Pleasantburg Drive that they suspected two employees, Ashley Brown and Keisha Huff, of completing fraudulent refunds at the store with merchandise that had never been purchased in order to obtain gift cards. (Source

Three ORC males hit Walmart store for $12,000 in cell phones in Champaign County, IL  Authorities released surveillance images of the suspects who walked in, took the merchandise and left the store without paying. They left in a vehicle just described as a "minivan." The suspects are described as black men, ranging in age from late teens to early 30's. (Source

String of Walgreens robberies in Salt Lake City sparks probe
Three Walgreens pharmacies in three counties were robbed this weekend and two of the heists apparently were committed by different robbers. In Logan and Salt Lake City, two locations were robbed by men with similar descriptions, said Salt Lake Police Lt. Lance Vandongen. The Salt Lake Walgreens robbery happened at 9:30 p.m. Saturday at 909 E. 2100 South. The man entered the store, passed a note to the clerk indicating a robbery and asked for Oxycontin. On Sunday at 10:38 a.m., a black male wearing a gray hoodie sweatshirt, black ball cap and white surgical mask robbed the Logan Walgreens pharmacy. Later that afternoon, a robber wearing a Sons of Anarchy hoodie and black ball cap passed a note demanding narcotics at the Walgreens pharmarcy at 2600 S. U.S. 89 around 5 p.m. (Source

'Telephone man' robber strikes three more stores on Saturday in Las Vegas
Three robberies Saturday evening at wireless phone stores across the valley may be a continuation of a string of robberies that Metro has dubbed "the telephone man." Metro watch commander Lt. Ken Romaine said the robberies occurred at stores on Craig Road in the northwest, on South Maryland Parkway and on East Tropicana. The first robbery in the string was Sept. 9. Police say the suspect enters the store and acts like a customer. He then pulls a handgun and demands money. (Source

Truck with 36,000 pounds of Crisco inside stolen in St. Petersburg
St. Pete Police are on the lookout for a tractor-trailer filled with Crisco sticks that was stolen from Coastal Towing on 118th Avenue North Sunday morning. Police say the tractor-trailer had approximately 36,000 lbs of Crisco sticks inside that was to be delivered to the Publix distribution center in Lakeland. In addition to the theft of the tractor-trailer, a number of boxes were opened and their contents removed from a trailer at the Amazon distribution center in Ruskin. (Source

Phoenix Police seek 2 women for credit card fraud
Police say they are looking for two women who tried to use fraudulent credit cards at a Phoenix pharmacy. Shortly after 7:30 p.m. on July 20, a woman used a counterfeit credit card containing a male victim's account information at the CVS Pharmacy. She was accompanied by another woman, who tried to make a purchase with a different credit card. That card was declined. (Source

Robbers steal $35K in cigarettes, cash from Westbury, NY grocery store
Police are searching for suspects in an overnight grocery store robbery. Approximately $35,000 in cigarettes, $2,500 in cigars and an undetermined amount of printed lottery tickets were stolen from Old Country Food Mart, police said. The grocery store, which is located on 962 Old Country Road in Westbury, was closed and secured by a male employee at 12:30 a.m. When the same employee returned at 7:15 a.m., he noticed the alarm was already off. Upon entering the store, the employee found one of the registers were opened and emptied of its cash. Money from the store’s New York State Lottery register and an ATM machine was also taken, police said. (Source

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