Over $14,500 worth of iPhones stolen from Virginia Beach Walmart
Police are searching for a man who stole over $14,500 worth of iPhones from the
Walmart Tuesday morning. At approximately 3:20 a.m. the man entered the Walmart,
selected a duffel bag off the shelf and headed straight to the electronics
section of the store. He used a tool to break the glass where the iPhones are
stored, placed over 20 iPhones valued at over $14,500 into his recently acquired
duffel bag, and walked out of the store without paying.
Male ORC thief busted stealing electronics from Walmart stores in Waterville,
Maine A man who allegedly tried to shoplift electronics from Wal-Mart
on Waterville Commons Drive fled the store in a car full of items police say
were stolen from another Wal-Mart location. Noah Herrin, 29, listed as a
transient from Lewiston, was arrested Monday night and charged with felony theft
and possession of stolen property. Herrin has at least five prior convictions
for theft, police said. Minutes before Waterville police arrested him, Herrin
had fled Wal-Mart after trying to steal two Acer laptop computers and a computer
monitor valued at more than $900. The store's loss-prevention staff called
police and tried to stop Herrin as he left the store, but he ditched a shopping
cart containing the items and left in a gray 2003 Ford Focus. In a search of the
vehicle, officers found a "large amount" of electronics that were suspected to
be stolen, including a 50-inch VIZIO flat-screen TV and a Pioneer amplifier.
Officers also found an empty 32-inch VIZIO TV box and a box for an Acer computer
that was also empty, Rumsey said.
Peoria, IL: Judge issues Probation and a Stern Warning to Walmart baby formula
thief A woman who sold stolen baby formula on the black market for
money to buy drugs received probation and a Tazewell County judge's stern
warning this week. She was arrested July 24 at the county jail when she visited
her alleged partner in the thefts, after he told police of her role in them.
Together Hitesman and Joseph Guyton, stole more than 100 cans of baby formula
from the store over the month that ended with Guyton's capture in the act on
July 12. Hitesman said she regularly entered the store with an infant in a
stroller and left without paying for cases of formula that she hid in the
stroller's bottom rack. She and Guyton then sold the formula for $6 a can to a
food store on Peoria's south side.
Interlachen woman jailed after 4 chain saws stolen
over three days from Palatka, Fla., store
Fake credit card ring of five operating in
Coquitlam, BC, Canada