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Family cleaning crew - ORC gang - hits TJ Maxx store for $100,000 worth of property in Virginia Beach, VA. A couple and their daughter are accused of stealing about $100,000 worth of property from a business they were working at as a cleaning crew. A loss prevention investigator for the business said investigators noticed large quantities of various items missing and found suspects removing large trash bags from the store. Officers seized about $100,000 worth of stolen property from the trio’s home, which was packed with stolen merchandise. They were cleaning multiple TJ Maxx locations for the last six months. (Source

ORC ring operating in Cleveland, Ohio where a man is paying people $20 to $30 for each gift card totaling over $100 they get from returning stolen merchandise
. One female has been busted for multiple incidents of hitting the J.C. Penney store in Richmond Heights. She claims she met the man three weeks prior outside the J.C. Penney store. (Source

ORC ring suspected in California with one member being busted stealing baby formula from multiple stores. Palmdale Sheriff’s Station detectives were able to identify the suspect as being on video committing similar crimes in multiple stores. Tiffanie Seniguar is believed to be involved in a larger crime ring that has been stealing "Enfamil" baby formula from retail stores throughout southern California. Retail stores in Lancaster, Palmdale, Santa Clarita Valley, Glendale, Burbank, and multiple locations in the Los Angeles Police Department jurisdiction have been impacted by this crime ring. Palmdale Sheriff’s Station detectives have been working together for the last two months with other law enforcement agencies to coordinate the arrest of the other involved suspects. If you have any questions or information, you can contact, Lieutenant Kennedy, Palmdale Sheriff’s Station Detective Bureau at 661-272-2506. (Source

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