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Two Cuban Nationals plead guilty to Burglary of Outlet Stores in 6 States; $500,000 of merchandise stolen from Fossil, Movoda, Michael Kors
U.S. Attorney for the District of CT and FBI today announced Alionis Perez, 40, a citizen of Cuba last residing in NJ, and Yoandrys Cue, 30, a citizen of Cuba last residing in FL, have pleaded guilty in Hartford federal court to engaging in a conspiracy to burglarize outlet stores in six states between Aug and Nov 2013. Perez also pleaded guilty to engaging in a separate conspiracy to burglarize stores in KS and TN in Aug 2014. Cue pleaded guilty on May 20, 2016, and Perez pleaded guilty on Monday.

Allentown, PA: Former Olympus employee waives hearing
on $336K Camera theft

Richard Sasserath gave up his right to a preliminary hearing Monday on charges he stole and sold $336,000 worth of cameras that he was supposed to give away as promotional gifts. In December 2014 a member of the Olympus Internal Audit team discovered an ongoing theft of camera equipment. Authorities said Sasserath admitted to police that from 2011 to 2014, he took camera equipment without authorization and sold it online.

Boca Raton, FL: Macy's employee defrauds store of $70K to impress girlfriend
Boca police arrested Joe Gerard Dieudonne, 55, of Fort Lauderdale, Friday night on charges of grand theft and organized fraud. Dieudonne conducted a return in the amount of $614.67 for a customer who only had $164.10 worth of merchandise, police said. After being questioned by store security officers, Dieudonne allegedly admitted to giving merchandise to his girlfriend of seven months. He pretended to scan merchandise and allowed his girlfriend to leave without paying, police said. Dieudonne also processed receipts from previous purchases, placing money on the woman's credit cards and he issued fraudulent gift cards and cash purchases, police said. In all, he allegedly gave his girlfriend about $54,000 worth of merchandise and conducted fraudulent returns in the amount of $15,863.29, police said. The report does not indicate whether Dieudonne's girlfriend will face any charges.

Mechanicsburg, PA: Three sought in $2K Baby Formula theft from Walmart
Township police said a woman and two men entered the store around 11 a.m. Friday and filled two shopping carts with merchandise, including the formula, and walked out without paying.

Chesapeake, VA: Police searching for serial Convenience store shoplifter; hit at least 9 times
Police say that between March 21 and April 20, the unknown man is suspected of shoplifting at least nine times, totaling over $1,000 at various convenience stores in the areas of Deep Creek and Western Branch.

Morgan Hill, CA: Police seek a Target Shoplifter connected to 3 thefts this month
Although police can't say for sure, the same man may be responsible in three different incidents this month. The latest case happened shortly before 7 p.m. Sunday when the man went into the store in Morgan Hill. He cut off tags on electronic items before placing them into a bag. Morgan Hill police confronted the man outside the store, but he fled on foot. A man matching the general description also stole from the same Target store at the Gilroy Crossing Shopping Center on May 11 and May 14. During his second visit, he stole $1,300 worth of electronics.


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