$1.5M Tractor-trailer theft ring and fencing operation
busted in Montreal, Canada Six
people were arrested on Tuesday and four search warrants
carried out to break up a stolen goods ring selling out
of warehouses in Montreal. The thefts were of tractor
trailers full of goods as diverse as energy drinks,
frozen crab, milk cartons, electronics and furniture.
The first theft took place in Oct. 2012 from a parking
lot in St-Liboire. They would steal the merchandise,
sell the goods to someone else and then the products
were liquidated in warehouses on the island of
Montreal,” said Sgt. Joyce Kemp with the Sûreté du
Québec. Kemp said the value of the stolen goods, truck
cabs and containers was $1.5 million. The thefts took
place in several regions of Quebec and Ontario.
One suspect tells an Ocala Walmart associates she lost
her child while another suspect pushes $1000 of
merchandise out the door. Three
suspects have been apprehended in Ocala in connection to
a failed distraction theft. While the 19 year old female
was getting the attention of most of the associates, two
men were stealing $1,100 of merchandise. Two days later
the trio showed up at another Walmart and were
confronted by Loss Prevention, followed by Police.
Stolen merchandise was found in the suspect’s car.
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