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The Bobster
12-12-2016, 02:46 PM

Remote Screenshot Allows Police To ID Cell Phone Theft Suspect
December 12, 2016 10:18 AM


ABSECON, N.J. (CBS)—Police in South Jersey have identified a person of interest in the theft of a cell phone and the photo courtesy goes to remote technology.

Police say a woman claimed a lost cell phone after an announcement was made over the PA system at a Shoprite in Absecon. But the catch is, the phone didn’t belong to her.

Absecon police say a tracking device captured photos of the woman who’s still being sought at this time.

“I’m told a proper selfie should be taken from an elevated angle down toward the photographer,” said police on their Facebook page. “The kids say it’s a much more flattering point of view. This sticky fingered selfie taker gets a pass because she obviously was not aware her photo was being taken.”

Anyone who recognizes this woman is asked to call police at 609-641-0667.

The Bobster
12-13-2016, 06:08 AM

Delaware Police Searching For Kohl’s Shoplifting Suspect
December 12, 2016 10:04 PM


WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — Police in Delaware are on the lookout for a shoplifting suspect accused of stealing items from a Kohl’s store this weekend.

Authorities say the incident happened Sunday at the Kohl’s department store on the 400 block of Rocky Run Parkway, south of the Concord Mall in Wilmington.

According to investigators, a male suspect :mad: removed merchandise without payment and then fled the business in a silver Lincoln.

Anyone with information is being asked to call Troop 1 at 302-761-6677 or Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333.

12-14-2016, 05:12 AM

Thief Disguised As Delivery Man Steals Packages, Including Giant Television
December 13, 2016 7:24 PM

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(CBS) — Residents of a Wicker Park apartment building say a thief masquerading as a delivery man stole packages from the entryway, including a 55-inch TV.

It happened in broad daylight at a 12-unit condo building in the 2100 block of West North Avenue.

Resident Darren Bax says security video from the Dec. 2 incident showed the thief was carrying fake packages to make himself look legit.

The Bobster
12-14-2016, 03:20 PM

Philly Police Searching For Porch Monkey Porch Pirate
December 14, 2016 10:48 AM


PHILADELPHIA (CBS)—City police are searching for a man caught on video stealing a resident’s package.

Several packages were on the front steps of a home in the 800 block of North Lawrence Street.

On December 9, 2016 video captures a man walk up and snag a few of them.

12-14-2016, 03:47 PM

Man arrested after reportedly being seen with pants down in Macon store stealing items
Wednesday, December 14th 2016


MACON, Ga. -- A man was arrested Tuesday afternoon after he allegedly burglarized a Macon business.

According to a Bibb County incident report, Willie Joe Williams, 34, stole about $171 worth of clothing from the Stein Mart located on Forsyth Road.

The report states that while a deputy was on their way to the Stein Mart for the shoplifting call, they spotted a man running toward the Museum of Arts and Sciences then toward Forsyth Road.

When deputies made contact with the man, identified as Williams, they found six Polo shirts inside his pants.

12-14-2016, 03:50 PM
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Men accused of stealing meat from two Gretna stores arrested


updated December 14, 2016 at 12:49 PM

Two separate incidents at Gretna stores involving the theft of packaged meat resulted in three arrests last week. Gretna resident Elton Holmes, 46, was booked with theft and an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court. Police also booked Gretna resident Kenaz Armand, 34, and Marrero resident Dwayne Degree, 38, for theft.

An unidentified witness told police Holmes was seen Wednesday (Dec. 7) in the Rouses supermarket at 91 Westbank Expressway in the meat section at 11 a.m., according to Jefferson Parish Correctional Center arrest reports. The witness said Holmes picked up some meat and began walking across aisles "looking suspicious" as he checked for employees. This would continue for 20 minutes until Holmes entered the Health and Beauty aisle, where the report said he shoved the meat into his pants.

The witness then called the police, who confronted Holmes in the aisle. The officers asked if he was hiding anything and Holmes admitted he was, the report said. Although the witness chose to not press charges on behalf of Rouses, he was also arrested for a warrant from the Gretna Police Department.

At 12:59 p.m., a loss prevention officer at the Budget Saver food market at 1900 Lafayette Street noticed Armand and Degree stuff "several bags of shrimp on their person," arrest reports said. The officer watched as the duo passed by several registers without any attempts to pay for the shrimp, according to arrest reports.

The Bobster
12-15-2016, 05:33 AM

Thief Steals Officer’s Uniform From Philadelphia Courthouse
December 15, 2016 6:32 AM


PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Police in Philadelphia are searching for the thief who stole parts of an officer’s uniform from a bench outside a courtroom at the city’s Criminal Justice Center.

The 25th District officer took off his uniform jacket, badge and hat while preparing to testify in a courtroom on the Center City building’s fifth floor Wednesday morning.

Police say the officer left his belongings on the bench and found that they were missing when he returned 15 minutes later.

Surveillance video from the courthouse shows a man between 40 and 50 years old stuffing the jacket and hat into a Macy’s bag before leaving the building.

Investigators say the suspect was only on the floor for about seven minutes. He was last seen heading toward Broad Street.

12-15-2016, 07:20 AM

Caught on camera: Do you recognize this crime suspect?


updated December 15, 2016 at 8:39 AM

WEST SPRINGFIELD -- Do you recognize the crime suspect captured in these surveillance images?

The West Springfield Police Department posted the low-resolution photos on the department's Facebook page Thursday morning.

Authorities are asking anyone who recognizes the suspect -- a dark-skinned man wearing a bray hoodie and black ski cap -- to call West Side detectives at 413-263-3210. The case reference number is 16-19470.

The man is suspected of stealing from Rotary Liquors, 52 Park St., on Wednesday, according to police, who did not disclose what was taken.

12-16-2016, 03:05 PM

Police: Man steals $8,000 necklace from Eastpoint Mall



A man ran out of a jewelry store at the Eastpoint Mall with an $8,000 necklace, said Baltimore County police, who released surveillance footage Friday of the incident.

The theft happened just before 4 p.m. on Dec. 7 at Elite Gold and Diamonds, police said. A man asked a store employee to see the gold necklace, and put it around his neck when the worker handed it to him.

The man ran out of the store, and an employee chased him onto the parking lot, police said. The suspect got into a silver Honda Accord.

12-17-2016, 08:07 AM

PBSO: Accused thieves bite security officer at Wellington Macy’s
7:03 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, 2016



A Macy’s loss-prevention officer was bitten Sunday evening by two women he suspected of stealing from the Mall at Wellington Green store, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said.

Tresha and Trudy-Ann Thompson were arrested on charges of aggravated battery and theft, records show. The women share a home just east of Greenacres, according to records, although their relationship is not clear in the arrest reports.

The loss prevention officer saw Tresha, 28, and Trudy-Ann, 22, pick out items Sunday at about 7:30 p.m. from the juniors’ department. They walked into a fitting room and walked out with not all of the items in sight. A store employee said the missing items weren’t in the fitting room, either.

The women walked out of the store without trying to pay for the items, the loss-prevention officer told deputies. The officer tried to stop them, but they wouldn’t return to the store. He tried to grab the women, but Tresha pushed and hit him, he said. In the tussle she fell to the ground. Tresha then bit his calf to the point of breaking the skin, and Trudy-Ann, whom the officer was holding by the shirt, bit his hand. A deputy noted the officer had a puncture wound on his hand.

Another loss-prevention officer helped detain the women.

Tresha’s handbag had $324 worth of stolen items in it, officials said, and Trudy-Ann’s had $213. The women had taken scarves, jeans, jewelry and a romper, according to their arrest reports.

12-18-2016, 06:17 AM

APD: Couple stole jewelry worth $86K at the Domain
KVUE 5:56 PM. CST December 17, 2016

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Austin police are searching for a couple they believe stole jewelry from a store at the Domain Friday night.

The robbery happened around 8:30 p.m. at Spence Diamonds. The store clerk told police that a man and a woman were looking at rings when the woman asked to try on a two ring set. She said that she wanted to take a picture with the rings on. When the clerk put the rings on her finger, the male started walking towards the door. The clerk turned around briefly and the couple ran out of the door.

The ring set is valued at approximately $86,000.