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Dyson vacuum cleaner ORC thieves busted at Walmart in Godfrey, ILL.
After several thefts and return attempts Loss Prevention and the police finally bust two thieves who had been stealing Dyson vacuum cleaners and Kitchen Aid mixers and trying to return them for in-store credits. (Source

Facebook tip leads police to jewelry thief who had been hitting Target stores over the Holidays in Green Cove Springs, Fla.  Clay County detectives, acting on a tip from Facebook, arrested a 24-year-old Middleburg woman Thursday in connection four thefts of jewelry from stores between October and December. The tip that led to the arrest of Duzti Jo Davis came after the Sheriff's Office released information and a surveillance photo on Dec. 21 showing a woman shoplifting from the Target store on Wells Road on October and a request for information. According to deputies, the photo showed the thief leaving Target after stashing dozens of silver necklaces in the bottom of her bag. Detectives say a woman matching the same description had stolen jewelry from the Target stores on County Road 200 on Oct. 26 and Dec. 20 and back at the Wells Road store on Dec. 21. Clay County Sheriff's Office's Facebook friends identified the woman in the picture as Davis. By the time deputies arrested her at her Periwinkle Avenue home Thursday morning, she had shaved her head. (Source

Great Falls, Montana suspect arrested, connection to several electronics thefts from Walmart.  Joseph Dubois faced the judge yesterday following his arrest on January 2. Dubois was arrested on charges of stealing four computer and two Xbox gaming systems on three separate occasions from the local Walmart. Video had captured all three thefts, Dubois was arrested wearing the same hat and coat as seen in all three thefts. (Source

Chinese Black Market making profits off Australian Baby Formula.
Australian stores have seen a alarming surge in the sale of baby formula, it is believed that the product is being purchased at the average retail price of $25 per can, being shipped tax free to China and sold there for over $50. The demand for safe baby formula in China is so high, due to a scare from tainted formula being sold there over the last few years. Australian retailers like Woolworth and Chemmart have limited the amount of product each consumer can purchase, in an effort to make sure they can supply their own local customers. (Source

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