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    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Two armed suspects burglarized a South Sacramento Jewelry store Friday afternoon. The store owner tells CBS13 that the suspects made off with roughly $300,000 in merchandise. The owner, not comfortable sharing the name of the store or showing his face, fearing for his safety and concerned the suspects may come back. READ MORE: Armed Robbers Steal $300K Worth Of Items From Jeweler In South SacramentoThe brazen burglary happened in broad daylight. Police can be heard over the radio scanner saying, “They were armed with guns and took 300 grand from the business. The suspects are two male white adults.” In a video obtained by CBS13, two hooded men in masks can be seen entering a South Sacramento Jewelry store on Florin road. First, the suspects look around the store for a minute then they each pull a gun on the owner, backing him and his wife into a corner before cleaning out the jewelry cases. The suspects eventually leave – with everything. “That’s 2-300K worth of merchandise,” says Mohammad Mallick, who owns a store nearby and says...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Robbers targeted a jewelry store in South Sacramento, taking around $300,000 worth of merchandise. On Friday afternoon, two people went into S&J Jewelry on Florin Road, pulled out guns, and took all of the merchandise. The owner, who doesn’t want to be named, says the two stole about $300,000 worth of jewelry. He released video of the suspects in hopes that someone might recognize him.    
    Pennsylvania State Police are seeking the public's help locating five men believed to have stolen nearly $20,000 worth of merchandise from a Lehigh Valley Ulta Beauty store. The group was seen Monday around 6:20 p.m. walking into the store on North Krocks Road in Lower Macungie, stealing store merchandise and filling their personal bags, Trooper Nathan Branosky said. The suspects stayed in the store for less than a minute and fled prior to police arrival, Branosky said. The group, thought to be five males wearing face coverings, allegedly fled the scene in a dark-colored sedan heading towards Hamilton Boulevard. Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Fogelsville Criminal Investigation Unit at (610) 395 -1438 and reference Incident Number PA21-1595996.
    Four suspected thieves used hammers during a break-in at an Antioch Walgreens on Saturday night to steal $2,400 worth of merchandise, authorities said. Police responded to the scene at 8:36 p.m. at 3416 Deer Valley Road, next door to the Antioch Hillcrest Terrace, a retirement home. Authorities say three men and one woman wearing face masks and hoodies went right toward the cosmetics section and smashed open a locked plexiglass case full of merchandise. The suspects were not apprehended. No injuries were reported by Walgreens staff. Anyone with more information can call Antioch Police’s non-emergency number at 925-778-2441. This is a developing story and will be updated.
    Illinois police said more than a dozen people stole $120,000 worth of merchandise from a Louis Vuitton store near Chicago, NBC News reported. Oak Brook Police Department (OBPD) said the incident took place at the store in the Oakbrook Center in Illinois on Wednesday afternoon.  According to security footage, suspects wearing masks and hooded sweatshirts entered the luxury department store and grabbed bags and other goods before storming out.  Police said the 14 suspects all entered three gateway vehicles and left the scene, according to NBC News.  OBPD said that it recovered one of the vehicles, a Dodge Charger that was reported stolen in October.  "We are still developing and working several leads to identify the offenders involved in our incident," OBPD said in a statement.  OBPD added that no injuries were reported and no weapons were displayed during the incident, NBC News noted. This comes after other high-end retailers Yves Saint Laurent, Hermes and Fendi had their stores looted and vandalized in the San Francisco area on Friday.   The Hill has reached out to Oak Brook Police Department for comment and...
    OAK BROOK, Ill. (CBS) — Police in Oak Brook said Friday that thieves got away with $120,000 worth of merchandise in a grab-and-run theft at the Oakbrook Center Mall Louis Vuitton store. Oak Brook police were called to the store following a report by mall security at 3:31 p.m. Wednesday. Police said 14 suspects sped off in three different cars after stealing items from the store. READ MORE: Protesters In Chicago Denounce Justice System After Rittenhouse AcquittalSurveillance video shows a crowd of people wearing black or red hoodies storming into the store while what appear to be shoppers or staff run out of the way or duck. READ MORE: Spray Painting Catalytic Converters May Curb Thefts, Say Evanston Police; 'Marking Event' Sees Big Local Turnout Some of the thieves nearly crash into each other as they grab handbags off shelves. One of them jumps to reach an item on a high shelf. The thieves also knock over chairs and knock a mannequin askew from its position as they take the items and finally run rapidly out the door. MORE...
    LUNENBURG (CBS) — The owner of a Lunenburg store says over $75,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from his store. Facebook photos posted by Michael Cortes showed the door of Getcha Sneakers smashed along with merchandise damaged and thrown around in the store. It happened between Sunday night and Monday morning. READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: November Payments Arriving In Parents' Bank AccountsAccording to Cortes, the robbers took $25,000 worth of clothing and $50,000 worth of shoes, including new Yeezys. READ MORE: Leonid Meteor Shower Peaks This Week, Followed By Longest Lunar Eclipse In 580 Years Getcha Sneakers was broken into and $75,000 worth of merchandise was stolen (Photos Via Michael Cortes) MORE NEWS: Braintree High School Students Walk Out To Protest Racist Incidents“If you see anyone selling an excessive amount of items out of nowhere that fits anything in my description please let me know as soon as possible. This is a huge hit for us,” the owner wrote.
    A man and woman were charged with larceny after allegedly stealing more than $1,140 worth of goods from a Connecticut Hollister store. Andres Alvarado, age 28, of Queen Village, and Graciela Novoa, age 57, of Queens, were arrested on Wednesday, Oct. 6 by the Milford Police in New Haven County. Milford Police responded to the store located at 1201 Boston Post Road at the Connecticut Post Mall on the report of a shoplifting that just occurred.  An investigation led to the arrest of both Alvarado and Novoa who are accused of stealing approximately $1,140 worth of merchandise from the store.  Alvarado and Novoa are also accused of concealing the clothing with spandex material and tin foil in order to avoid store censors.  They were both charged with: Larceny Conspiracy to commit larceny Possession of a shoplifting device The women were released on a $2,500 bond. 
    PETALUMA (CBS SF/BCN) — Three women were on the run this week after they robbed a sunglass shop in Petaluma Saturday night, leaving with cash and $46,000 worth of merchandise, police said. Officers responded to a 7:30 p.m. report of a robbery in the 2200 block of Petaluma Boulevard North, according to a news release issued Wednesday by Petaluma Police Department. READ MORE: Rivalry Reaches New Heights As Giants-Dodgers Prepare For First Modern Era Playoff ShowdownWitnesses told police three Black women entered the store and threatened to harm the employee if the worker did not meet their demands. One of the suspects demanded money from the register while the other two took $46,000 worth of merchandise. READ MORE: Antioch's Beloved ABC Rendezvous Bar Destroyed By Early Morning FireAnyone with information relevant to this investigation was encouraged to contact Officer C. Zaragoza at (707) 778-4372 or czaragoza@cityofpetaluma.org. MORE NEWS: Pfizer Seeks Approval To Give COVID-19 Vaccine To School Children Ages 5 To 11© Copyright 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. and Bay City News Service. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be...
    CHICAGO (CBS) – Three males wearing hoodies and mask stole fragrances from the Ulta Beauty store located at 4115 N. Harlem Avenue. Police said the men made it out with $10,000 worth of merchandise. The men pulled out garbage bags hidden in their hoodies and filled them with fragrances that were on the display case. The men then fled the store in an unknown direction in the parking lot. Currently there has been no further information about the offenders. Anyone with information can contact the Detective Division at npdinvvestigations@norridgepd.com
    A Fairfield County man and woman were arrested for allegedly stealing more than $300 worth of merchandise from an area Walmart. Lamar Norris, age 35, and Shanna Kinch, age 30, both of Bridgeport, were arrested on Sunday, July 18 by Milford Police at the Walmart on Boston Post Road. According to police, the two are accused of stealing more than $398 worth of merchandise from the store. They were charged with larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny and released on a promise to appear ticket. 
    Police are asking the public for help locating two men who allegedly stole merchandise from a Long Island store in July. On Saturday, July 10, at 8:30 p.m., the two stole about $3,500 worth of perfume from the Ulta Beauty that is located at 499 Sunrise Highway in Patchogue, Suffolk County Police reported.  The suspects fled the scene in a silver Nissan Altima.  Suffolk County Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest. Anonymous tips can be submitted by calling 1-800-220-TIPS.
    Know him? Police investigators on Long Island have released a surveillance photo of a suspect who is wanted after allegedly stealing hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from an area Walmart. An alert was issued by Suffolk County Crime Stoppers who are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a man who allegedly robbed Walmart at the Centereach Mall in July. According to police, the stolen items had a value of approximately $375. When he was confronted in the parking lot by a store employee, the suspect allegedly dropped the merchandise and fled the area. Anyone with information regarding the suspect or shoplifting incident has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police Sixth Precinct Crime Section officers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or submitting an anonymous tip online.
    CAMPBELL, Calif. (KGO) -- Surveillance video shows thieves inside a Campbell jewelry store getting away with $250,000 worth of merchandise, according to the owner.The owner of Geoffrey's Diamonds and Goldsmith says the burglary happened around 3a.m. Friday morning.An alarm went off as they smashed the display cases, but that did not stop them.RELATED: Video shows stream of handbag thieves sprinting out of San Francisco Neiman MarcusThe entire crime occurred within five minutes.The store owner says this is the fourth time they have been burglarized in a five year span.
    A man was arrested for allegedly shoplifting from a popular Connecticut department store.  The Milford Police Department reported that the 45-year-old New Haven man was charged with sixth-degree larceny on Wednesday, July 6. He is accused of stealing more than $220 worth of merchandise from Boscov's.  The business is located at the Connecticut Post Mall at 1201 Boston Post Road (Route 1).
    Two local women have been arrested for allegedly stealing merchandise from a Walmart in the area. Officers in New Haven County responded to a report of theft at the Walmart located at 1365 Boston Post Road in Milford. Two Fairfield County residents - Aisha Thomas, age 44, of Bridgeport, and Tatiana Long, age 27, of Bridgeport - were accused of stealing about $230 worth of merchandise.  Police said the women face charges of sixth-degree larceny and sixth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny.
    The Mesa Police Department arrested two women Thursday, June 17 after authorities said they stole more than $100,000 worth of merchandise from Walmart in five western states, according to the Mesa Police Department. Two women are accused of stealing more than $100,000 worth of items from Walmart stores across several western states, the Mesa Police Department says. They were arrested on June 17 after police say they did this for several months. https://t.co/AHHKEB48R6 — FOX 10 Phoenix (@FOX10Phoenix) June 24, 2021 Mary Garcia, 47, and Melinda Rodriguez, 38, face many counts of organized retail theft, Mesa Police Apartment announced. They stole from stores in Arizona, California, Colorado, Texas and Utah, police said. (RELATED: Thief Steals Bag Full Of Items At Walgreens While Security Guard With Phone Does Absolutely Nothing) “The suspects would enter the stores and scan the items using a smartphone in order to use the quick pay at the checkout,” the Mesa Police Department said. “The problem was once they reached the checkout, payment was bypassed, and they simply walked out with the unpaid merchandise. By using the...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff INDIANA COUNTY, Pa. (KDKA) — Police are looking for two women accused of stealing more than $1,300 worth of electronics and household items from a Walmart in Indiana County. READ MORE: 2 W. Va. Child Services Workers Charged With Misdemeanors Involving Abuse Of 4-Year-Old Boy Who Later Died Law enforcement says the theft happened April 1 at the Walmart in Burrell Township. READ MORE: Pittsburghers Protest Police Shooting Of Daunte Wright In Minnesota “The suspects then fled in a silver 2018 Hyundai Elantra sedan bearing PA registration LPF2408,” police said. MORE NEWS: McCandless Police Looking For Man With Knife Or Hatchet Near UPMC Passavant Hospital Officials say to call police at 724-357-1960 with any information.
    Two men are wanted by police on theft charges for allegedly conspiring to steal nearly $3,000 worth of merchandise from a Lancaster County Target, authorities said. Police on Wednesday put out warrants for the arrests of Joseph D. Perez-Bard, 3, of Nottingham (Chester County), and Neal S. Gibson, 31, of Castle, Delaware, for allegedly conspiring to steal $3,194 of merchandise from a Fruitville Pike Target on two separate occasions in February, according to Manheim police. The two alleged suspects visited the store on Feb. 12 around 6:45 p.m. and Feb. 17 around 2:15 p.m., police said. Police are encouraging anyone who may know the whereabouts of either Gibson or Perez-Bard to call the Manheim Township Police Department at (717)-569-6401 or submit an anonymous tip on the CrimeWatch website.
    Recognize her?  Suffolk County Crime Stoppers issued an alert as they seek the public’s assistance to identify and locate a woman who allegedly stole from a Long Island Target location last month. According to Suffolk County Police, a woman stole merchandise from Target on Horseblock Road in Medford on Saturday, Jan. 30 before fleeing in a white Tesla. The stolen merchandise had an estimated value of approximately $345. No other descriptive information has been provided about the woman or stolen items. Anyone who recognizes the woman or has information regarding the shoplifting incident has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police investigators by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or online at www.P3Tips.com.
    Police in Berks County are seeking the public's help identifying a man who they say stole $399 worth of merchandise from a local Lowe's. A man was caught on surveillance video entering the Lowe's in Tilden Township and grabbing a Dewalt Combo Tool Kit valued at $399 around 7:45 p.m. on March 7, Tilden police said. The man was then shown running through the store with the merchandise and leaving through the lumber exit/entrance doors, police said. The man reportedly left the parking lot in a gray Ford sedan with the tool kit, police said. The same man is also believed to have committed the exact same crime, in the same fashion, 30 minutes prior at the Lowe's in Pottsville, police said. Police are encouraging anyone who has information regarding the identity of the man, to contact the Tilden Township Police Department at (610) 562-9001, crimetips@tildentownship.com or anonymously to Crime Alert Berks at (877) 373-9913.
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento County Amazon employee is accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars in merchandise. Investigators say the man stashed stolen goods in his backpack, then walked out to his car with it. Amazon Loss Prevention reportedly confronted the employee who admitted there more stolen merchandise in his car. Items that were reportedly stolen by an Amazon employee (credit: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office) Loss prevention found $19,000 worth of stolen items, including a MacBook, in his car, and Property Crimes detectives another 130 items inside his apartment. The suspect was arrested on grand theft and embezzlement charges.
    Police in Bucks County are seeking the public's help identifying a pair who they say stole around $700 worth of merchandise from a local Ulta Beauty store. Two suspects were seen leaving the store without purchasing any items, but with full bags around 4:30 p.m. on March 3 at the Newtown location, according to the Newtown Township Police Department. Surveillance footage revealed that they had stolen multiple items, and an inventory confirmed that $686.88 worth of merchandise was missing, police said. The first suspect is described as a White or Hispanic female, who is heavyset, in their late twenties, with long black hair, brown eyes, a gray face mask, and a tattoo or earring on the left ear, police said. She was also seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, a black t-shirt underneath, black pants, white Addis sneakers, and a large black handbag, police said. The second suspect is described as a White or Hispanic male, with a medium build, in their late twenties, with brown hair, wearing a white baseball cap, and earrings in both ears or possibly gauged...
    Recognize him? Suffolk County Crime Stoppers released new photos of a wanted suspect who allegedly stole hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from a beauty salon company. An alert was issued this week as investigators in Suffolk County attempt to track down a man who was caught on camera before stealing merchandise from Ulta on Vets Highway in Commack last month. Police said that at approximately 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 14, a man stole 10 bottles of fragrances from Ulta that had an estimated value of approximately $500. Anyone with information regarding the suspect's identity or whereabouts has been asked to contact Suffolk County Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or submitting an anonymous tip online.
    Cops are searching for two thieves who swiped more than $5,000 worth of clothing from a Manhattan retail store during several burglaries over the last month. The unknown suspects stole the merchandise from the Lululemon store on Broadway near 116th Street in Morningside Heights four times between Jan. 2 and Jan. 17 and stole a total of $5,376 in merchandise, police said. No injuries were reported in the heists, cops said. Lululemon sells athletic apparel for yoga, running and working out, according to the store’s website. Anyone with information in regard to these incidents is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).
    Recognize him? An alert has been issued by police investigators on Long Island as they look to locate a man who allegedly stole merchandise from a Target location shortly before Christmas last month. Police said that a man allegedly stole an assortment of clothes and toys at approximately 7:40 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 20 from Target on East Jericho Turnpike in Huntington Station. The stolen items had an estimated value of approximately $300. The suspect fled in a gray 2019 Jeep Cherokee after allegedly stealing the merchandise. Anyone with information regarding the suspect or his whereabouts has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police Second Precinct Crime Section investigators by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or submitting a tip online through the department’s app.
    A 61-year-old man was arrested by the Davie, Florida, Police Department on Dec. 22 for the possession of more than $200,000 worth of stolen equipment and other merchandise, NBC Miami reported. Officials arrested Ronald Martin, 61, after conducting a sweep of his residence. Police were operating off of a search warrant obtained from an investigation that began in July, according to NBC Miami. Once the residence was examined investigators came away with more than $200,000 in merchandise they believe to have been stolen. They also confiscated $10,000 in US currency according to a social media post from the Davie police department. (RELATED: Cops Dressed As Santa And Elf Arrest Suspected Shoplifters, Car Thieves In Undercover California Bust) MEDIA RELEASE: December 21, 2020, Ronald Martin, 61, was arrested on six counts of dealing in stolen property in Davie. Upon conducting a search warrant, the search revealed over 1,000 pieces of merchandise that were believed to be stolen. Full release: https://t.co/K1Vbf1w94j pic.twitter.com/JYUtCRHEJq — Davie Police Dept. (@DaviePolice) December 22, 2020 Davie police called on personnel from the local Home Depot’s Loss...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff INDIANA, Pa. (KDKA) — State police are looking for the two suspects accused of stealing more than $2,000 worth of merchandise from a Walmart in Indiana County. Police say the man and woman are suspects in the theft of $2,106.31 in various merchandise at the White Township Walmart on Dec. 6. Police say the suspects left in a red Volkswagen Golf. Seeking to ID the pictured male & female, who are suspects in a Retail Theft of $2,106.31 in merchandise at the Indiana Walmart on Dec. 6. Fled in pictured red VW golf, which was missing the registration plate & hubcap from the driver-side rear wheel. ✔️ Tips: Call 724-357-1960. pic.twitter.com/7dM1y7LbA2 — Troopers Steve Limani & Cliff Greenfield (@PSPTroopAPIO) December 8, 2020 Police say the suspects used an emergency exit to get the merchandise out of the store.
    A man was arrested for shoplifting more than $400 worth of merchandise from an area Walmart. Ronald Warren, 55, of Hamden, was arrested on Tuesday, Dec. 1, after Milford Police responded to the Walmart at 1265 Boston Post Road, on the report of a shoplifting, Milford Police said. An investigation led to his arrest for allegedly stealing $450 worth of merchandise, police said. Warren was charged with larceny and released on a promise to appear notice. 
    Two Northern Westchester teens were arrested for allegedly stealing nearly $300 worth of merchandise from the Macy's at Jefferson Valley Mall. The duo from Croton-on-Hudson, both 17 years old, were arrested on Monday, Nov. 16, by the Yorktown Police after officers responded to the store for a report of shoplifting, said the Yorktown Police. According to police, police responded to the store around 3:24 p.m., but the teens had fled the area before officers arrived. An investigation, which found the teens allegedly took merchandise valued at $283.98, led to the teens who voluntarily turned themselves in at the Yorktown Police Department. They were both charged with petit larceny/juvenile delinquency and issued an appearance ticket to appear at the Westchester Department of Probation on Wednesday, Dec. 2. 
    A local man was arrested for allegedly stealing more than $250 worth of merchandise a Northern Westchester Macy's. Lidia Fuego, 46, of Putnam Valley, was arrested on Monday, Nov. 9, after Yorktown Police responded to the Macy's at the Jefferson Valley Mall for a report of past theft, said the Yorktown Police. Following an investigation, police found that Fuego allegedly stole assorted merchandise from the store worth $274.49, police said. Fuego was charged with petit larceny and released on his own recognizance. He is scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday, Nov. 24. 
    MILLVALE, Pa. (KDKA) — Police in Millvale are investigating after a beloved hobby store was robbed twice last week. Esther’s Hobby Shop has stood proudly on North Avenue in Millvale for over 80 years. Bob Mehler’s mother opened Esther’s Hobby Shop as a variety store. “She opened this store in 1937,” the 90-year-old man said. “I was 7 years old.” (Photo Credit: KDKA) Model trains now line every inch of the store’s walls and fill its cabinets. But after two robberies in as many days, the shelves and cabinets have glaring empty spaces. Police say the suspect robbed the store on Nov. 3 and Nov.4. “He kept moving boxes closer to the door,” said Mehler of the suspect. Between both robberies, the suspect got away with around $5,000 worth of merchandise. Mehler says he was by himself during the first robbery, and the store’s layout can make it difficult to keep track of everyone inside. (Photo Credit: KDKA) “When I would disappear, either go back at my desk or somewhere else, he’d run out to his car and...
    HOUSTON (CBSDFW.COM) – Authorities in Texas have busted a major theft ring. They discovered $1 million dollars worth of stolen merchandise in a five-bedroom home. “The house is totally transformed, almost into a warehouse,” said Harris County Constable Ted Heap. Behind the doors of the two story, 2700 square foot house in Katy’s Nottingham neighborhood, there’s no furniture, but plenty of boxes. “There appears to be one bedroom that was used for sleeping. The other four bedrooms, including bathrooms and everything else is stuffed full of merchandise,” said Heap. The home was full of power tools, tool sets, and other household goods believed stolen mostly from Home Depot stores in Colorado by others and then driven by trailer every other week to Texas. But this last trip, Precinct 5 Deputy Constables, DPS and Home Depot investigators were watching the latest shipment. The homeowner and the driver were taken were arrested Thursday, October 29. “They would take the merchandise and they would just walk out with it. They would get this stuff and bring it down here and this individual would...
    A woman already in the Westchester County Jail for an unrelated arrest is facing new charges after allegedly stealing hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from Macy’s at the Jefferson Valley Mall. The Yorktown Police Department received a report from Macy’s employees on May 7 last year of a shoplifter who allegedly walked into the store, and walked out with $659.24 worth of stolen merchandise without attempting to pay. It is further alleged that to avoid being busted for shoplifting, the suspect, later identified as Yonkers resident Sherwan Foy used a device to avoid the store’s alarm sensors. Investigators made repeated attempts to contact Foy regarding the shoplifting incident, though she never responded, and a warrant was issued for her arrest on June 4 last year. Police said that on Wednesday, Oct. 21, investigators responded to the Westchester County Jail, where Foy was being held on an unrelated charge, and she was arrested and transported to Yorktown Police Headquarters. Foy, 52, was charged with petit larceny and possession of burglar’s tools. She was released back to the Westchester County...
    Kanye West is attempting to cash in on his 2020 Vision presidential run by releasing pricey merchandise on Wednesday night despite not actually being on the campaign trail. However hours later the 43-year-old rapper bragged about having a net worth of $5billion after being millions in debt. Kanye launched an online merchandise store and campaign site which included $60 hats and $160 hoodies during the Vice Presidential Debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. Wait til he gets his money right: Kanye West - seen at a rally in South Carolina back in July - is attempting to cash in on his 2020 Vision presidential run by releasing pricey merchandise on Wednesday night despite not actually being on the campaign trail Quite the price: Kanye launched an online merchandise store and campaign site which included $60 hats and $160 hoodies during the Vice Presidential Debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris 'Thank you Jesus': Just hours later, the 43-year-old rapper bragged about having a net worth of $5billion after being millions in debt on Twitter Thursday The...
    Three men and one teen all from New York were arrested after buying nearly $1,000 worth of items from a Warren County Walmart on a bogus credit card and stealing additional merchandise, authorities said. Janiel J. Garcia, 21, purchased $943.55 worth of merchandise at Walmart in Mansfield Township just before 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 28, authorities said. Garcia had three passengers in his car when police found and stopped him a short time after making the purchases. Police then contacted the owner of the credit card confirming that it had been used fraudulently, authorities said. A subsequent search of Garcia’s vehicle turned up marijuana, drug paraphernalia and stolen merchandise, police said. Garcia was arrested and charged with credit card fraud, possession of under 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. His passengers, Bronx residents Ruben A. Rossi, 19, Henry Batista, 18, and a 17-year-old juvenile, were charged with possession of under 50 grams of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. They were all released pending an appearance in court.
    A watchdog group accused Amazon of jacking up costs for important items it offered on to customers through the coronavirus pandemic, regardless that the corporate has blamed spikes on third-party retailers. The e-commerce large hiked costs for 10 primary merchandise — from corn starch and flour at hand sanitizer and face masks — as a lot as 1,010 p.c from February to mid-August, in accordance with a report from Public Citizen. All the merchandise reviewed had been listed as “offered by Amazon” and never offered by third-party distributors, the left-leaning consumer-rights group stated in its report. The findings, Public Citizen stated, contradict Amazon’s claims that outdoors distributors had been answerable for costs surging on its market on the peak of the pandemic when customers had been stockpiling staples whereas COVID-19 unfold all over the world. “It’s troubling that a lot effort was put into blaming third-party sellers, however so little effort was made to cease the value will increase — together with on the merchandise offered by Amazon immediately,” Public Citizen stated in its report dated Wednesday. The group...
    Know her? Police investigators on Long Island are attempting to identify and locate a woman who allegedly stole hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from Walmart. Suffolk County Crime Stoppers released surveillance photos of a woman who allegedly stole an assortment of merchandise from Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack earlier this summer. According to investigators, the woman entered Walmart at approximately 7:45 a.m. on Friday, July 24 and walked out with stolen items that had an estimated value of approximately $265.  No other descriptive information on the suspect has been provided by investigators. Anyone with information regarding the men or larceny incident has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police Fourth Precinct Crime Section detectives by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or leaving a tip online.
    DOWNTOWN L.A. (KABC) -- A local store owner wanted to donate some of the suits from his shop to help others who might need them for job interviews. Hamid Vaghar reached out to Eyewitness News and we set him up with Goodwill of Southern California."Some business suits that can be used for an interview or a new job," said Vaghar.Giovanni Testi clothing stores specialize in suits and party garments. They had to close 5 of their 9 stores due to the coronavirus pandemic."We had a lot of extra merchandise that we don't even have a place to store it anymore so we decided we would just put it in boxes and we are donating it to Goodwill and hopefully they're going to find a good place to go and help other people at this point of time," said Vaghar.Now they're donating 22 boxes of merchandise worth about $40,000 to Goodwill of Southern California, hoping to help someone impacted by covid 19 find a job."All kinds of beautiful items that you know people need right now, people are looking for work...
    SEEKONK (CBS) — Three people were arrested by Seekonk Police Thursday afternoon after they were allegedly caught in the act of stealing the Ulta Beauty store on Commerce Way. Police said 36-year-old Kyronne Williams, of Seekonk, 28-year-old Denaisha Stephenson, of Hartford, Conn., and 30-year-old Amyna Adams, of Hartford, Conn., were arrested at the scene. Employees told police the suspects were hiding products in handbags, shopping baskets, and trash bags. When officers arrived one of the suspects tried to run away but was quickly apprehended. “After an on-scene investigation, it was determined that the suspects had stolen $9,841.69 worth of merchandise in the current incident alone,” said police. When officers searched their car, more merchandise worth thousands of dollars was found along with cash. Police said it appears the stolen products were sold to salons, bodegas, stores, and individuals for cash. All of the suspects were charged with larceny over $1,200, conspiracy to commit a felony, receiving stolen property, and organized retail crime. Adams was also charged with number plate violation to conceal an ID. Seekonk Police are working with...
    General overview before the test match between Hertha BSC and Eintracht Frankfurt at Al Lang Stadium on January 8, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Jan-Philipp Burmann/City-Press GmbH via Getty Images A homeless man in Florida was arrested after he was found living in a soccer stadium for two weeks, the Tampa Bay Times reported. Daniel Albert Neja was residing in a luxury suite at the Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, Florida. Neja had been living in the stadium since July 26 and consumed more than $1,000 worth of food and merchandise, according to the report. St. Petersburg police spokeswoman Yolanda Fernandez told CNN that Neja "made himself quite at home."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A  39-year-old homeless man in Florida was arrested on suspicion of living unlawfully at a Tampa Bay soccer stadium. Daniel Albert Neja was believed to have been living there since late July. He's now facing burglary and resisting an officer without violence charges. Neja was discovered at the Al Lang Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Rowdies soccer team, on...
    Know them? Police investigators on Long Island are attempting to identify and locate four women who allegedly stole hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from Walmart. Suffolk County Crime Stoppers released surveillance photos of four women who allegedly stole an assortment of merchandise from Walmart on Crooked Hill Road in Commack earlier this month. According to investigators, the four women entered Walmart at approximately 7:45 p.m. on Monday, July 6. The stolen items had a value of approximately $300. No other descriptive information on the suspects has been provided by investigators. Anyone with information regarding the men or larceny incident has been asked to contact Suffolk County Police Foruth Precinct Crime Section detectives by calling 1-800-220-TIPS or leaving a tip online.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police are trying to track down more people wanted for looting during the unrest in the city earlier this month. A four-hour burglary at a beauty store was caught on surveillance video. (credit: Philadelphia Police) The video shows several people breaking into Big Man Trading on North Mascher Street in Olney on June 2. Police say they took beauty care items valued at more than $200,000 dollars. According to officials, the suspects got into the business by forcing open a side door.
    SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- A woman was arrested Thursday on suspicion of looting "thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise" from Santa Monica businesses late last month, authorities said.Amanda Toyono Van Duyse was taken into custody after Santa Monica police served a search warrant in Los Angeles and discovered the stolen property, according to a news release.VIDEO: Reopening not yet reality for Black-owned Oakland retailers damaged by looters during protests"We are dedicated to bringing those responsible for the crimes committed on May 31 to justice and are working in collaboration with our partner agencies, to locate, arrest and prosecute those who committed acts of violence and theft in our community," Santa Monica Police Chief Cynthia Renaud said in a statement.Van Duyse was booked on suspicion of burglary, grand theft, and burglary during a state emergency, the news release said. She was being held on $100,000 bail.Over the weekend of May 30-31, more than 400 of people were arrested after multiple businesses in the city were damaged and ransacked by looters, most of whom were not associated with nearby peaceful protests over...
    Three men have been charged with stealing people’s identities to open fraudulent credit accounts and purchase more than $100,000 worth of merchandise. According to Westchester County Police, the suspects are facing multiple felony charges, including identity theft and grand larceny. The investigation into the fraud is continuing and police said they believe there may be more victims. The three men, including two former employees of a telecommunications company, are accused of using the stolen Personal Identity Information (PII) of multiple victims to open credit accounts and then purchase iPhones, iPads and other expensive wireless devices and accessories. From about January 2019 through August 2019, two employees of the telecommunications company opened numerous fraudulent customer accounts at a store in Yonkers, police said. They were assisted by a third person who provided them with stolen PII of multiple victims. The scheme also involved a group of “runners” who brought the stolen PII into the store. The stolen information belonged to real people and businesses and included names, addresses,...
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