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ORC suspect busted who had been shipping his loot to Argentina and hitting stores in multiple states. Identified by an LP officer at a Von Maur store in Bloomington, IL, police apprehended 18 yr-ol Miguel Garcia who had been hitting other Von Maur stores in Iowa. Police found $8,000 in stolen merchandise and 60 pairs of jeans, receipts for mailed packages from Iowa to Argentina, Von Maur hangers, boxes and packing tape. Also they found a list of shopping malls and retail stores. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has issued an order to detain Garcia, who also is wanted on burglary and retail theft charges in Florida and California. Was he working alone? (Source

ORC Ring of 3 busted for hitting 9 Target stores in Florida Three people are under arrest for their involvement in a retail theft ring. The Osceola County Sheriff's says the suspects, 25-year-old Ramel Frost, 23-year-old Orrissa Sermon, and 24-year-old Sean Davis, stole electronics from nine Target Stores in Orange and Osceola counties. Deputies were able to recover several thousands in stolen property. (Source

Shoplifting and ORC is up 36% this holiday season in Savannah, GA The Savannah-Chatham police reported shoplifting on the southside was up a little more than 36%. In April, under the Southside Precinct’s then-captain Richard Zapal, officers established a secure website where loss-prevention officers and police post photos of shoplifters banned from stores. The site also helps them identify shoplifters caught on camera but not arrested. Also in April, Simmons, Southside detectives and loss prevention officers from the precinct’s malls and stores began meeting once a month. The goal was better communication, and they worked on things like standardizing the way they give descriptions of fleeing suspects and how they fill out forms and also talk about shoplifters recently seen in stores. According to a report compiled by the Savannah-Chatham police department’s data analysts, more shoplifting has been reported at Macy’s than any other store in recent weeks, with nine instances of theft reported between Nov. 13 and Dec. 12. J.C. Penney is the next-most-popular store for shoplifters, with four thefts reported. Oglethorpe Mall has had more shoplifting than Savannah Mall, according to the report, with 38 such thefts there, compared to 15 at Savannah Mall. Friday has been the most popular day for shoplifters, with 24 percent of the thefts that occur all week happening on that day. (Source

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