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Sparks, Nevada police arrest two suspected of buying stolen items; 15,000+ DVDs, CDs, video games recovered. Sparks police arrested a Sparks business owner and his manager on suspicion they were reselling stolen items in their store, on eBay and on Craigslist and recovered more than 15,000 DVDs, video games, and compact discs they said had been sold to the suspects. Sparks police conducted a seven-week investigation and went undercover to see both Potter and Curoi buy and resell property they believed was stolen, including televisions, DVDs, video games and Blu-Ray players, police said. They also said Curoi had booster crews and told them how to steal from stores. (Source

Trio targeting retail stores in Allentown,PA with counterfeit $100 bills. Three suspects have been apprehended in a counterfeit spree that included Macy's, GameStop, Toys R Us, Kmart and finally Target. A Target associate spotted the fake $100 bill and contacted police. The group had already spent $4,100. (Source

Vacaville, California Walmart nabs 2 suspects with 163 cans of baby formula. Loss prevention officers inside the business called police around 8:36 a.m., when they reportedly saw surveillance footage of Lewis and Sherman stashing cans of powdered formula inside a black duffle back they brought with them into the store and another storage container. The pair also reportedly admitted that all of the recovered merchandise, valued at just under $3,000, was taken from two additional Walmart stores in Fairfield and Martinez. (Source


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