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Habitual ID thief busted after hitting Best Buy in Norwalk, Conn., and Target in Stamford, Conn. A prolific identity thief, collared earlier this month by Stamford Police, will soon face charges in relation to a series of Westport thefts. Stamford Police collared Gecaj on Oct. 4 after he was allegedly spotted looking for unsecured lockers at a fitness club. Gecaj had warrants for his arrest in Westport, New Canaan, New Haven, Michigan, and White Plains, N.Y. According to the New Canaan warrant, Gecaj somehow gained access to lockers at the New Canaan YMCA that had been secured with combination locks in March 2010. He took credit cards and cash from the lockers, and the credit cards were later used at Best Buy in Norwalk and Target in Stamford. (Source

ID/check fraud theft ring busted in McMinnville, OR hitting a retailer Officers were called to the Mini Super Hidalgo store just before 7 p.m. Tuesday. Police said Angelica Acevedo attempted to use the fraudulent check with a stolen driver's license. Investigators said three others with Acevedo tried to leave the parking lot in a vehicle, but were stopped nearby. Officers said additional evidence was located in the vehicle that implicated the other three suspects. Similar checks have been used at other locations in McMinnville and likely some in Newberg and the surrounding area. (Source

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