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San Antonio, TX: Cadillac Car Dealer burglarized for over $100,000 in wheels; second time this year
For the second time in less than a year, a local auto dealership was hit by wheel thieves getting away with hundreds of thousands of dollars' worth of tires and rims. It left us wondering more about the black market for high-end wheels. "Definitely I think we've got an organized group. They're well prepared," said Lt. Matt Malone of the Live Oak Police Department. It's the biggest theft to hit Live Oak in at least two decades. In all, 160 wheels were stripped from 40 cars and SUV's at the Live Oak Cadillac dealership late Saturday night. On Wednesday, police confirmed that the suspects in the case used a large Penske truck to haul the wheels off, just like the crooks that hit 45 vehicles at a Chevy dealership in Leon Valley back in November.

Louisville, KY: Arrest Made In Theft Of Nearly $44K In Meat
A man has been arrested in the theft of nearly $44,000 worth of meat from J.B. Swift Co. in Louisville. Media outlets report an arrest citation released Thursday says 54-year-old Previn Sanford is accused of stealing nine pallets of meat on April 23. His co-defendant, Michael Sheffield, was arrested April 29. Police said a surveillance video showed a moving truck backing up to the loading dock. The pallets were loaded into the back of the truck and driven away. The citation said the owner of the slaughterhouse later found the meat at a grocery store.

Boca Raton,FL: Man strikes various stores to steal Golf merchandise
A Boca Raton man was arrested Tuesday after stealing an estimated $7,093 worth of golfing gear from various sporting goods stores across Palm Beach and Broward counties. Cameron Patrick Houston, 31, walked into Dick's Sporting Goods in West Palm Beach on June 21, removed the heads off the bottom of two golf clubs and stuffed them in his pockets. The value of each golf club head ranges from $349 to $500 each. Over the course of 10 days, Houston had also stolen from three other store locations - in Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs and Boynton, deputies said.

Farmington, ME: 2 from St. Albans accused of stealing $6,000 in items
from Walmart

Two St. Albans residents are accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of electronics and other items in June from the Farmington Wal-Mart, according to Detective Marc Bowering. Tori Gifford, 38, and Anthony Nigro, 37, were each charged with two felony counts of theft by unauthorized taking by summons, he said in a news release on Thursday. It was the culmination of an investigation into ongoing thefts of electronics and other items being stolen by Gifford and Nigro at the Farmington store, Bowering said. The thefts were first identified by Wal-Mart Loss Prevention. Nearly $6,000 worth of suspected stolen items were recovered at the residence, he said.

Spartanburg, SC: Woman says she stole bullets to buy food
A woman told deputies she stole bullets because she was going to sell them to buy food, according to a Spartanburg Co. Sheriff's Office report. The store manager at Academy Sports says he saw Mary Ellen Keller, 47, put 3 boxes of bullets in her purse. He says he asked Keller to come back to the loss prevention office. He says she agreed and didn't give him any issues. Deputies spoke to Keller and she said she was going to sell them for food. They say Keller had one conviction for petit larceny and one for obtaining goods by false pretense.

Brookfield, MA: Boston Store Loss Prevention bust shoplifter with over $1,000 in merchandise; assaults LP agent

Aspen, CO: Woman hit 5 local stores for over $2,000 in merchandise

Ocala, FL: Macy's arrests Woman with $300 of merchandise; additional charge for bringing along her 13 year old daughter

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