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Walmart's Global Investigation Department leads in AZ store owner arrested in 'fencing' operation  Authorities say they've caught a man who was allegedly buying and selling stolen items out of his Phoenix retail store. Favazzo said Walmart's Global Investigation Department tipped police off to the operation while they were investigating stolen items from their Chandler Sam's Club store near Germann Road and Arizona Avenue. That's when Chandler police detectives stepped in and went undercover at the store. Detective say Labadi was using his store to buy and sell property including cigarettes, electronics, computers, alcohol, cigars, toiletries, music headphones and televisions. (Source

Two ORC gang members busted hitting Kohl's in Philadelphia- with other conspirators on the loose  Hitting four Kohl’s department stores in the suburbs of Philadelphia on six different dates for $12,000, according to police. A loss prevention officer at the store on South Township Line Road where thefts occurred on Sept. 1, 2012, Sept. 27, 2012 and Jan. 27, 2013, gave store reports and information to the police that related to several thefts committed by the same group, police said. (Source

Louisville police say shoplifter hit same Best Buy four times  According to an arrest warrant, the incidents tool place throughout 2012 and into the early part of 2013, and involved the Best Buy. (Source

Clarksville, Tenn., Police Push For Break In Shoplifting Ring  Investigators have released video of two women they say are part of the ring, which they said is responsible for stealing thousands of dollars in merchandise. Police spokesperson Jim Knoll says the thieves have hit Clarksville, but the city is just one of many locations where they've been spotted. Call the Clarksville Police TipsLine at (931) 645-8477. (Source

Mahoning, PA., Wal-Mart getting hit by ORC couple 
Shoplifters twice this week walked out of the Lehighton area Walmart with shopping carts loaded with around $1,000 worth of merchandise, Mahoning Township police said. A man and a woman at 6:35 p.m. Tuesday pushed out a cart carrying $849 worth of video game accessories, DVDs and other stolen items at the Walmart on Blakeslee Boulevard Drive East in the township, police said. (Source

Armenian Hoodlum Involved In Massive $7M LA-OC Identity Theft Ring Gets Prison  When he was arrested in 2009, Dilboyan carried a computer thumb drive containing 1,132 access devices, including debit card numbers, bank account numbers and credit card numbers that belonged to unwitting victims. He got 111 months in prison and ordered to make $3.1M in restitution. (Source

Three women steal $5,000 in computers, cameras, blankets from Walmart.  The York (SC) County Sheriff’s Office arrested three of four women this week accused of stealing nearly $5,000 worth of merchandise from the Tega Cay Wal-Mart. The loss prevention manager of the store told deputies that the four women, all from Lancaster, stole various electronics, household goods and baby items from the Wal-Mart. The theft happened on Feb. 17. After investigating, police arrested on Wednesday 22-year-old Sherniece Nichols Jones, 23-year-old Melissa Myers and 38-year-old Donna Faith Beckham. A fourth woman suspected of being involved in the shoplifting has not yet been arrested. Several cameras, blankets and towels and at least six computers were taken from the store, according to the report. (Source

Raley’s Supermarket LP Agent nearly injured as suspect drives away with the car door still open.  Three young men were arrested on suspicion of burglary, and a 21-month-old child was taken into protective custody Friday afternoon. Police received a call from the Raley's Supermarket reporting two men loading items into a backpack and duffel bag. One of the suspects’ backed the vehicle out of the space while the security officer was still holding onto the car. The car accelerated with one of the doors open, and the security officer let go of his hold, and was not injured. A total of $280 worth of merchandise was recovered. (Source

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