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St Louis County, MO: Two men charged with $1,000 Baby Formula Theft from Walmart
According to charging documents, the men loaded 55 canisters of baby formula into a tote bag in a cart, then ran out of the store without paying. Store security officers tried to stop the men, but they made off in a orange SUV. An officer responding to the theft call saw the car and gave chase, but soon gave up when it became too dangerous. The two men were later arrested by another officer. They said they were going to sell the formula to what they called the "Arab stores". Editor's note: Missouri does not currently have an ORC law.

Homer Glen, IL: Meijer employee scammed on Gift Card transaction
over the phone

Police said an employee at Meijer was tricked by someone pretending to call from Meijer's corporate offices during a July 7 scam. The victim was instructed to put $499 on six store gift cards and $249 on the seventh one. The victim than provided the card's serial numbers per the caller's request before the scam was discovered later that day.

Centralia, WA: Thief Makes Off With $800 in Merchandise at Outlet
At 5:31 p.m. on Sunday, police received a report of a second-degree theft at a factory outlet store in the 1400 block of Lum Road. Three suspects reportedly entered the store and stole more than $800 in merchandise before fleeing in a silver car with Oregon license plates.

Evergreen Park, IL: Menard's seeking a Career Criminal for Identity and Retail Theft
The Evergreen Park police detective told the judge that Walter Bacon visited Menard's on May 17, where he brought an outdoor grill and some food items to the cashier. When the cashier noticed that he put his own picture on another man's driver's license, she called her supervisor. Together they tried to stall for time until police could arrive. Bacon became wise to their ruse and walked out of the store with the unpaid merchandise. The cashier managed to get a photocopy of Bacon's alleged fake driver's license. The prosecutor said Bacon has a long rap sheet, including seven prior felony convictions and 14 misdemeanors ting back to the 1980s. Bacon is still on the loose.

Muskegon County, MI: Ricky Ricardo White, 43, of Muskegon, 20 months to 10 years MDOC for organized retail crime, third-time habitual offender

Buffalo, NY: Family Dollar shoplifter steals $225 in laundry pods, pulls knife on Associate after robbery

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