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NYC, NY: $62K of Furs Stolen from Manhattan Store Over 3 Months
A high-end Manhattan fur store rip-off team was caught on camera Friday stealing a $50,000 coat from a shop that had been hit before months earlier. The Fur Source of NY, which operates a pop-up store five months a year on 57th Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue, was robbed on Oct. 23, according to the NYPD. A chinchilla coat worth $12,000 was taken. But store owner Pauline Pollatos said Tuesday that two more thieves made away with a $50,000 black and white chinchilla coat just last Friday.

Coweta County, GA: Deputy stops car full of stolen goods
Four Montgomery teenagers are in jail after being stopped in Coweta County with a car full of stolen merchandise. On Friday, Deputy Jack Hollis stopped a vehicle on exit 51 for not having a license plate. While talking to the driver of the car, Hollis detected the odor of marijuana, according to Lt. Col. James Yarbrough with the Coweta County Sheriff's Office. The driver, Justin O'Neil Penn, said the car was his vehicle but the insurance was canceled. During a search of the vehicle, Hollis discovered a backpack containing a Ruger 9mm handgun. A television, three PlayStation gaming systems, two laptops, several PlayStation games and a Gucci handbag were also found inside the car, according to Yarbrough.

Worcester pair busted in $2,000 theft at Macy's in Natick
Police arrested Linda Eunice Kwakye, 35, and Gertrude Takyi, 28, after store security caught them stealing the jewelry and clothing, according to a Natick Police report. Store security told police they watched the two women grab numerous pieces of jewelry from a display case and bring them to the clothing aisle. The two women took several items of clothing into the dressing room and left empty-handed a few minutes later. Store security stopped the women outside of the store and brought them back. They found the women stole 17 pieces of jewelry, including rings, ear rings, bracelets and necklaces. They also stole eight dresses and five shirts, according to the report. The women had shoved all of the stolen items into their purses and pockets, police wrote.

Flagstaff, AZ: Police investigating attempted theft of $1,000 of Ammo from Sportsman's Warehouse
According to the police report, the suspect placed several items in a cart at Sportsman's Warehouse, located at 2231 E. Route 66, at about 8 p.m. last Thursday. The suspect went to a register and started placing the items on the counter as if he was going to pay. While the cashier was ringing them up, the suspect grabbed six cans of .223 Remington rifle ammunition out of the cart and ran out the door. A loss prevention employee chased the suspect, who then threw the ammunition on the ground and continued to run. He got into the passenger side of a light-colored Ford F-150 that was waiting near the front of the store.

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