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ORC Joint Operation - Gilroy, CA

Gilroy, CA - There will be an ORC Operation in the Gilroy Outlet Center on July 18 and 19, 2012. The Gilroy Police Department has committed that they will be a part of the operation and CHP has indicated they are likely to be involved in the operation as well. There have been a few retailers that have committed that they will be on site and involved but we will need more participation in an effort that will be a major offensive to Organized Retail Crime in the area. I encourage you to contact me at: to stay in touch on the operation as well as participate.

There is a news crew from NBC who is very interested in the operation according to CHP and our position on this is "that if the local news affiliate wants to come and cover our handiwork AFTER we have landed something and they want to film everyone all lined up and stacks of recovered stolen product, they are welcome to do so. However, we cannot make a decision like this for every retailer involved in this operation". Any retailer who wants to be involved in this operation and doesn't want their company information disclosed will have the right to that privacy.

Please contact me:

Rick Miller
Regional Manager Loss Prevention
Fifth and Pacific Companies
(formerly Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
cell: 562 254-5818

Seguin, TX police bust "major theft ring" ORC group stealing TVs from Wal-Mart stores Investigators say at least eight TVs were stolen from the Seguin store alone. Roger West, Gloria Vasquez, Chanda Woods and David Soto are all charged with engaging in organized retail theft. Detectives tell us they are still looking for a fifth suspect, Joseph Woods. The suspects are also accused of carrying out other thefts in Seguin and the surrounding area. (Source

Two Russian nationals busted traveling four Southern states using other people's ID's purchasing discounted smartphones on long term contracts and selling them online. Stopped for speeding the two women had 81 smartphones, 27 drivers licenses, a laminator, holographic foil, ID cutter, a digital camera, printer and identifying information for 21 people. Buying the smartphones in Houston, Nashville, Little Rock, Knoxville, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Frisco, Plano, Fort Worth, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin. These two were just hitting the road buying smartphones with long term contracts and dumping them. The retail value of the phones seized was $40,500 alone. Criminals who buy smartphones at a discount by shoving long-term wireless contracts onto identity-theft victims can easily double their money on online. (Source

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