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Fraud Suspect Arrested; $200,000 Worth of Stolen Goods Recovered. Investigators were able to trace the items, collectively valued at approximately $200,000, back to the chain store. Of that amount, $40,000 worth of the unopened merchandise will be able to be returned to the store for sale, one of the largest recoveries of stolen merchandise the chain store has been able to recoup. The suspect, identified as Juan Carlos Estrada, was arrested for receiving stolen property and is being held at Long Beach City Jail. Various suspects were involved in committing the thefts and fraudulent purchases of the merchandise by using stolen credit cards. The suspects would then sell the items to suspect Estrada, who would resell them for a profit. The suspects who provided the stolen property are still outstanding. Although the investigation is ongoing, so far detectives have been able to determine that the suspect received in excess of $353,000 from the sale of these stolen items in the past three years. (source

Kalamazoo Retailers and Law Enforcement work together to arrest an ORC Ring. Information shared by other retailers enabled the LP team at Walmart to be on the look out for the four men and one woman group, hitting high end electronics around the area. Law Enforcement was contacted and was waiting to support the apprehension. A search of the suspects' car revealed fake $100 bills and shotgun shells, no weapons were recovered. (source

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