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Barboursville, WV: Kay Jeweler hit with Fraudulent charge for $7,500
Kay Jewelers at the Huntington Mall reported Monday that an unknown woman opened a fraudulent credit account and purchased $7,557.04 in jewelry on Jan. 4. The company's fraud department would assume the loss and not bill the victim, whose name was fraudulently used. No suspects are known and the investigation is ongoing.

Louisville, KY: Police seize $3,000 of stolen clothing from Marshall's and others
Two people from Louisville, Ky., were arrested on Tuesday night, suspected of stealing more than $3,000 in clothing from several Middle Tennessee stores. At 9:20 p.m. on Tuesday plain-clothes Franklin Police Flex Team officers working in the Cool Springs area saw Rodrecus Lee walk out of Marshalls, with merchandise concealed under his jacket. After briefly stopping at his parked car, Lee walked back into the store where he met up with Ebony White. Officers stopped the couple as they exited the store together, and found them in possession of tools used to remove anti-theft sensors. Inside their vehicle, officers discovered more than $3,000 in stolen clothing from several Middle Tennessee stores.

Wendell, NC: Five charged with Organized Retail Theft in $2,500 Gun Store theft Police arrested five Henderson people in connection with an attempted theft Tuesday afternoon at Perry's Gun Shop. About 3:15, two men entered the store. One of the men, went to a display case containing gun scopes. He found the case unlocked and took three scopes, valued at about $2,500, out of the case and ran out the door with the other man. Once outside, the men jumped into a waiting car and sped away. Police stopped the vehicle and arrested the 5 occupants.

San Jose, CA: Police Looking for Nike Factory Store Theft Suspects
Police are looking for the public's help identifying four suspects seen on surveillance video ripping off the Nike Factory Store in San Jose. In the clip, recorded in December but not released until Wednesday, four men can be seen walking into the Saratoga Avenue store. Police said the men walked out without paying for the merchandise they were carrying.

Collier Co, FL: Miami man arrested in Naples in connection with alcohol
stolen from Publix
A Miami man wanted on felony warrants in two other counties was arrested by Collier County Sheriff's deputies Tuesday after his friend was seen stealing expensive wine and champagne from Publix. Daniel Espinosa, 21, faces charges of fraud and driving with a suspended license. He also faces a slew of charges out of Osceloa County for grand theft and battery and St. Lucie County for seven theft-related charges including felony retail theft in concert with others. Stephanie Marie Morales, faces charges of retail theft for taking wine and champagne. Morales told deputies she was out on bond for stealing liquor in Orlando and had previously been arrested in Miami for a similar crime. Inside the vehicle, deputies found 12 bottles of champagne and wine in plain view and 30 more in the trunk. One of two other occupants Morales, was identified as the woman seen taking alcohol from the supermarket.

DuPage Co, IL: Man Sentenced for Stealing More Than 1,800 Cases of Beer
Thomas Gibbons, 48, was sentenced to three years in prison for stealing 1,868 cases of beer, according to the DuPage County State's Attorney. Gibbons appeared in court Wednesday and pleaded guilty to one count of theft and possession of stolen merchandise. In October of 2012, 22 pallets of beer were stolen from Chas. Herdrich and Son, a distributor located in McHenry. Investigators with the DuPage County Sheriff's Office tracked the missing beer to a warehouse in Bensenville.

Fort Oglethorpe, GA: Man charged with $600 theft, drug possession following foot chase

Bullhead City, AZ: Walmart shoplifter stopped with $1,200 in merchandise

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