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Lexington, KY: $13,000 in merchandise stolen from Pandora store
in Fayette Mall

Police are trying to figure out how thousands of dollars worth of rings were stolen from a jewelry store at the Fayette Mall. Police say the theft happened Sunday afternoon at the Pandora store. Police said a man entered the store at 3:15 p.m., after lingering in the store for a while, police say took a key that was left in one of the jewelry cases and exited the store. A few minutes later, he returned to the store with a woman. This time the man was carrying a large "Express" bag. Police say the woman blocked the view of the Pandora employees while the man checked out the case. At 3:48 p.m., the man removed a sleeve of rings and put them inside the shopping bag. The man didn't leave the store. Police say he stayed in the store for nearly another 15 minutes while attempting to use the key to open other cases. He and his female accomplice left the store at 4:04 p.m. A few minutes later, police say Pandora employees noticed a tray of rings was missing from a display case. Police say in all 177 rings were taken. All of the rings were size 4.5 and have the initials ALE within the band of the ring. The rings were worth about $13,000.

Washington, DC: Stereo Store Employee Traded Cash, Guns, and Heroin
for Hot Goods

Customers come to Discount Auto Sound on Georgia Avenue NW for a new car stereo, but something illegal was also allegedly being offered. After a raid yesterday, police say that one employee at the stereo store offered guns, cash, or heroin in exchange for stolen "hot" goods. The stereo business was allegedly the location of an illegal fencing operation that the Metropolitan Police Department officially brought down yesterday. Police arrested a 39-year-old employee of the store, Tom Van Huynh, for distributing heroin and trafficking and receiving stolen property.

Orland Park, IL: Thieving Foursome Flung Clothes from Car as Police Chased
Four women who crafted a cinematic plan to lift clothes from an Orland Park store starred in a very public arrest Friday evening. The four women wound up handcuffed and sitting on a curb in the parking lot after a police pursuit during which they flung their smuggled goods out the car window. It started at JCPenney in Orland Square Mall, at 6 p.m. An LP Associate reported two women grabbing multiple items and heading inside the dressing room, while one woman appeared to serve as a lookout outside the store. As police approached, the women hopped in a car and fled. Even after an officer approached the car and tapped on the window, the women sped off, but were later arrested. Police found items with the sensory tags still attached, with aluminum foil covering them, as well as a roll of aluminum foil in the backseat. Roughly $790 in merchandise was recovered.

Fort Wayne, IN: Woman indicted for $3,200 in fraudulent refunds
and Loyalty Discounts at Kroger

Amy L. Sanders, 47, was charged Tuesday with theft, a Level 6 felony. Sanders allegedly had sought fraudulent merchandise refunds and fraudulent loyalty discounts at the Kroger service station between March 2015 and March of this year, totaling $3,252.22.

Bainbridge, GA: Felony Shoplifter nabbed stealing over $1,200 in cell phones from Walmart


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