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Hundreds of items remain after $1M theft ring busted
. Last weeks raid in North Carolina left Police with about 1,270 stolen items, now Police are seeking the help of Retailers and the public to come forward and identify their stolen loot. The merchandise varies from alcohol to literally the kitchen sink (stolen from a Subway restaurant). Daniel Reyes, 40, was charged with stealing the items from several area businesses and is accused of trying to sell the items on Craigslist and eBay. Investigators said Reyes could be responsible for as many as 20 break-ins and thefts over the last two years.  (Source

North Carolina ORC group stealing thousands in electronics from Walmart; comments from local honest shoppers and Joe LaRocca of the NRF. The ORC ring has already hit several Walmart stores in the area focused on Play Station 3 and Xbox systems. (source


Frederick County Bureau of Investigation investigating organized retail theft, $4k stolen from the GAP. Police are seeking the identity of five people believed to have stolen thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from the Gap store in the Francis Scott Key Mall. On March 22, the thieves took $999 worth of khakis, jeans and shorts, returned two days later and stole $2,982 worth of merchandise, in both cases taking the items from sales racks and putting them into shopping bags before leaving the store.  (Source

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