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ORC 10-12-15




Lower Allen, PA: Police seek pair accused of stealing more than $1K in merchandise from Walmart
Lower Allen Township Police are seeking Ashley Burkett and Justin Gallo, who are accused of stealing merchandise, mainly DVDs, from Walmart. A third suspect, Dennis T. Ott was arrested at the Sears in the Capital City Mall shortly after the thefts were reported. Police said Burkett, Gallo and Ott entered the Capital City Mall attempting to go to the FYE store, which was closed. The trio was seen running from the mall as police were dispatched to the Walmart for an active retail threat, police said. Ott was caught in the mall parking lot and the stolen merchandise was recovered shortly thereafter. Arrest warrants for felony retail theft have been issued for Burkett and Gallo. Both are suspected of previous thefts from the same Walmart.

Stoughton, MA: Police Looking for Man Who Stole Over $2,000 of Merchandise from Stop & Shop
On Oct. 4, the suspect entered the store and stole approximately $2,000 worth of razors and personal hygiene products, according to Mass. Most Wanted. The suspect fled in a 2001 Blue Jeep Grand Cherokee operated by an unknown black male. The same suspect shoplifted $500 from the same store on Sept. 29.

Flint, MI: 2 Men Arrested in $1,000 Home Depot Shoplifting Case
Two Flint men have been arrested in connection with a shoplifting at an Oakland County Home Depot in which a customer fired shots at the fleeing getaway vehicle. The 52-year-old and 46-year-old suspects are expected to face retail fraud charges in connection with theft of more than $1,000 in merchandise from the Auburn Hills store. Their names were not released. A Clarkston woman shot at an SUV on Tuesday as it was leaving the parking lot. The television station says one of the SUV's tires was flattened.

Hadley, MA: $400 worth of purse go out the window following Marshall's Grab and Run
Several suspects were able to load stolen purses into a vehicle and drive out of the store parking lot before being caught by police. Hadley Police were alerted of a trio stealing more than $400 worth of merchandise from the Marshalls at the Mountain Farms Mall on Saturday afternoon. When Police stopped the car, it was discovered that the operator and two passengers had stolen several purses from Marshalls. The purses were recovered in the vicinity as the passengers were throwing them out of the window prior to being stopped, police said.

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