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ORC suspects apprehended in Mesa Arizona for $40,000 in razors Mesa, Arizona – An ORC group that has been boosting razors for the past year has been dismantled due to the partnership of law enforcement and the Fry’s ORC team. Two key members of the ORC organization, Roberto Lopez and Francisco Omar Ruiz, were apprehended by Mesa Police. This group was known to travel throughout Arizona and Mexico and only targeted Gillette razors. The group has boosted in excess of $40,000 in razors over the past 18 months. On December 3rd and 8th suspects Roberto Lopez and Francisco Omar Ruiz were observed boosting in excess of $1500 in razors from Fry’s stores which is operated by The Kroger Co. Mesa police was provided the license number which lead to the arrests. The Fry’s ORC team had over 40 ORC incidents opened on this group. Upon his interview, Lopez admitted to all 40 thefts and stated they boosted the razors because "they were easy to resell". (source

5 arrested during investigation of Durham-area ORC retail theft ring Over 45 days, members of the ring stole items from retailers in Durham and surrounding areas, then resold them to other businesses, authorities announced Monday. Durham police, who spearheaded a two-month investigation that led to the arrests, also seized thousands of dollars in cash, three vehicles and a firearm while executing search warrants at several businesses. the most commonly stolen items were whitening strips, cigarettes, electronics and over-the-counter prescription products such as Tylenol and Mucinex. Lt. Patricia Vickers, a Durham police spokeswoman, said the N.C. Alcohol Law Enforcement, the Creedmoor Police Department and investigators from the retail chains Food Lion, Walgreens and CVS participated in the investigation. Police say the group of suspects is responsible for documented losses that have exceeded $60,000 over a 45-day period. Police are urging anyone with information on the whereabouts of Richard Edward Green to call investigators at 919-560-4281, ext. 29120, or Crime Stoppers at 919-683-1200. (Source

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