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Hingham, MA: 10 to 12 Teenagers swarm, rob Apple store in the Derby Street Shoppes
Teenage boys rushed into an Apple store in Hingham on Monday evening and stole 22 phones, total value of $14,000. Ten to 12 boys went into the store in the Derby Street Shoppes about 5:40 p.m. in what was described as "an organized retail theft" and stole the phones before fleeing, Hingham police said in a Twitter posting. Police said the teenagers were all wearing sweat shirts with their hoods on. Hingham Police Sergeant Steven Dearth said a witness saw some of the boys leaving in what looked like a white Ford Taurus with the license plates covered up.

North Andover, MA: Police charge couple with stealing $4000 worth of merchandise from Kohl's
Police arrested and charged a couple with stealing an estimated $4,000 worth of merchandise from Kohl's Department Store late Sunday afternoon. They bolted from the store, pushing shopping carts loaded with stolen goods. Kohl's reported the theft at 4:57 p.m. the 2 shoplifters escaped capture by running into a wooded area that adjoins the North Andover Mall. The two later returned to their car and were quickly arrested.

Dalton, TN: Hole cut in Lawn & Garden fence leads to the theft of over $ 2,000 in merchandise
Dalton Police are seeking help in identifying a man who cut a hole in a Walmart fence to steal items. A man pulled up to a wall of the store and cut a hole in the fence of the lawn and garden section. He then parked the minivan, and went into the store and used shopping carts to load items near the fence. After exiting the store, the man then loaded the items into the van. He then repeated the process. The stolen merchandise is valued at over $2,000 and includes HP desktop computers, a TV, seven different Lego items, and three Marvel action figures.

Pine Bluff, AR: Bond set at $10,000 for Walmart Associate busted for theft
Loss Prevention reported that Javeon Shelton had taken a 55-inch television valued at $428 on Aug. 30, and a 65-inch television valued at $998 on Sept. 2, out of the store. Shelton was questioned and said he had been paid $40 for the 55-inch television and $140 for the 65-inch television, and said he gave a co-worker $100 of that and kept the remaining $40.

Spokane, WA: Three arrested for using Walgreens receipts from the trash to return stolen items

Selinsgrove, PA: Police seeking Target electronic thief, hit for $1,900

Murfreesboro, TN: Two Women Accused of Shoplifting Over $1,600 in Merchandise from Kohl's

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