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Booster Bag shoplifters caught in Tampa, $700 recovery.
The bags contained nearly $700 in stolen merchandise, including skinny jeans, polo shirts and shorts from various stores and were equipped with anti-theft equipment, according to police. A St. Petersburg man, dressed as a woman, and another man were charged Tuesday after police said they tried to steal $700 in merchandise from International Plaza. Police were working surveillance at the mall when they recognized Cedric Sanders, 22, who also previously was dressed as a woman, police said. When Sanders and the other suspect, 21-year-old Terral Norris of St. Petersburg, saw the officer, they ran and threw shopping bags to the ground, both were arrested without incident. (Source

Smash & grabs "plaguing" Mobile and Baldwin Counties in Alabama
Investigators are one step closer to figuring out who is behind a series of "smash and grab" thefts that have plagued Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Local 15 has learned both Sheriff's Offices have been working the case heavily. (Source

Del. Police Seek Suspects in Identity Theft hitting Wal-Mart    Delaware State Police say they are searching for two people wanted in connection with several incidents of identity theft and unlawful use of a credit card. According to police, on multiple occasions between Nov. 22 and Nov. 23, a man and woman made numerous illegal transactions on a 78-year-old man's credit card. (Source

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