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Walton Co, FL Deputies respond to $200,000 Solstice sunglasses store heist The Walton County Sheriff's Office helped foil a late Sunday burglary at Silver Sands Premium Outlets on Sunday. Two minutes after the alarms bell sounded, deputies arrived on the scene at Solstice Sunglasses in Miramar Beach. Upon arrival at around 10 p.m., deputies found four large trash cans containing an estimated 1,000 pairs of sunglasses worth $200,000. Video footage shows a silver or white van pull up in front of the store and four individuals getting out and entering the store. All four individuals were wearing dark colored clothing, hoodies, gloves and masks. They were also caught on camera placing the sunglasses into the bins. Because it's an active investigation, the full video could not be released, according to Catherine Rodriguez with the Walton County Sheriff's Office.

Brooklyn man pleads guilty to conspiracy in Armed Robberies, targeting T-Mobile and Radio Shack stores in NJ and NY  A Brooklyn man pleaded guilty Monday to federal conspiracy charges, admitting his role in a string of armed robberies of electronics stores in New Jersey, including a cellphone store in Paramus, authorities said. During a hearing in Trenton, Eric Williams, 34, admitted to U.S. District Judge Anne E. Thompson that he conspired with two other men to commit Hobbs Act robberies, or robberies of businesses that are engaged in interstate commerce. Williams, who has been in custody since his arrest last Valentine's Day, was part of a group that robbed eight T-Mobile and Radio Shack stores in New Jersey and New York from June 2012 to January 2013, authorities said. Williams typically acted as a lookout or getaway car driver, while his armed co-defendants entered the stores, tied up employees and stole merchandise, according to court documents and statements. Williams also delivered stolen phones to a phone store in Brooklyn.

Jensen Beach, FL Verizon store burglarized Saturday; hit for over $66,000 of merchandise  Martin Co, FL Sheriffs deputies are investigating a burglary at a Verizon Wireless store in Jensen Beach on Saturday in which about $66,000 in cash and merchandise were stolen.

Parent hurt baby son in $3,300 Tulsa, OK mall theft  Police say a couple arrested for stealing $3,300 in items from a Tulsa mall injured their baby during the theft. The Tulsa World reports 43-year-old Robert Doak and 32-year-old Gena Carter were booked on complaints of grand larceny, child endangerment, child abuse and public intoxication. An arrest report says the couple loaded the merchandise from Woodland Hills Mall into a vehicle parked near an entrance Friday night. According to the report, Doak went back into the mall, grabbed the couple's unattended infant son by the head and throat and threw him into a truck. The baby was taken to Saint Francis Hospital for treatment, police say. The extent of his injuries was not clear.

Florida Woman becomes Credit Card Fraud victim after her Number is Posted on Facebook  Identity theft and credit card fraud is turning into an online team sport. Action News discovered that thieves are snatching credit card numbers then posting them onto Facebook to rob locals blind. A Jacksonville woman first learned she was scammed when her credit card was declined. Anyone on Facebook got to see her credit card number yesterday. Before pulling into a Southside Gate station on Sunday, she had no idea someone was stealing from her bank account. Her card was declined, so she called her bank and learned she lost almost $300. An anonymous tipster then saw her info online and made contact with the victim to warn her that her card number and info was somehow posted on a Facebook page. We investigated and found out there in fact is a page devoted to nothing else but posting stolen credit card info for anyone use illegally.

Secret Service investigating ATM thefts along I-10 corridor in Louisiana

Jersey City man charged with shoplifting for 3rd time in 6 weeks

Nearly $8000 in Tires, Wheels Stolen From a Sennett, NY Dealership

Fla. man arrested for YMCA car break-ins linked to Felony Lane Gang

Stolen sneakers lead to suspect's 10th theft arrest in San Antonio

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