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Naperville, IL: Police say 4 women stole 180 items from Walmart
Three women from Chicago's South Side and one from Minnesota remained Tuesday in DuPage County Jail in Wheaton, after Naperville police said they loaded two shopping carts with 180 pieces of merchandise, valued at over $500 and then walked out of a store without paying for the goods. Naperville police arrested the women at 9:42 p.m. Friday at the Walmart SuperCenter, in the far west-central part of Naperville. Court records showed Williams-Hart was arrested only nine days earlier on Sept. 16 by police in Lombard, following an incident inside The Gap store in the Yorktown Mall. She was charged with burglary and possession of burglary tools in that matter.

Morehead City, NC: Police investigate $100,000 theft at Boat Dealer
Morehead City Police officers are investigating a major theft. "We're looking anywhere from $75 ($75,000) to about $100,000 worth of equipment that was stolen," Lt. Kelly Guthrie said. The items were stolen from fourteen boats at a local boat dealer and repair shop. The thieves struck overnight Sunday into Monday. Owners at Starling Marine called police when they arrived Monday morning. Officials say they believe whoever is responsible parked behind a neighboring shopping center, cut a path through some woods and then broke through a security fence in the back. "...Electronics, fishing poles, personal items, there was one that had what they call a fighting chair that was taken off of one of the boats," Lt. Kelly Guthrie said. The chair stolen was worth about $10,000 to $15,000 alone. Dave Harvell of Carteret County is among those with items stolen.

Monett, MO: Man surrenders for smash-and-grab handgun thefts at Monett pawn shop
A pawn shop burglary suspect is in jail after he surrendered to Monett police. Police say a man broke into Monett Gun and Pawn on Sunday night and stole 20 handguns worth more than $10,000. The police chief said the man returned several of those guns when he surrendered, but some are still missing. Police responded to a burglar alarm about midnight on Sunday and found the front door glass broken. Police say the burglary used a hammer to smash gun display cases and take the handguns, which are various makes and calibers.

St. Petersburg, FL: Suspect sought in theft of shirts at Macy's
St. Petersburg police are seeking the public's help in locating the suspect in the thefts of 10 Polo shirts from Tyrone Square Mall. Police say the male suspect entered Macy's on Saturday, around 7:30 and took the shirts - worth more than $700 - on hangers off a rack and fled the store.

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