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10-13-2017, 01:00 PM

3 arrested in hefty Victoria's Secret theft

5:29 PM. CDT October 12, 2017

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LAKE ST. LOUIS, MO. - A shoplifting case which started in west St. Louis County ended in fiery disarray Wednesday, with the arrest of three women accused of stealing thousands in Victoria's Secret merchandise.

According to officials, three women arrived at the Victoria's Secret store in Lake St. Louis and began 'stacking' the items of clothing spread out on various display tables. Once multiple stacks were made by all three women, they bent down and 'scooped' numerous items of clothing and proceeded to run out the 'Pink' entrance they entered from.

A Victoria's Secret employee contacted police and notified them of the robbery. A Lake St. Louis officer soon spotted the maroon Nissan Altima the suspects were driving and attempted to pull the car over to no avail. As the suspects avoided police, they attempted to drive onto an entrance to eastbound Interstate 64, during which they drove over a concrete median and flattened their front tires.

Police continued their pursuit on the highway as the Altima was driving at high speeds. The car came to a stop near Frontenac when the car caught on fire. Two of the suspects in the car hopped out of the car and attempted to flee the area, but were eventually captured by law enforcement.

Police identified the three women as Shomyia Renay Hemphill, Brittany Renea Bobo, and Lamonica Monique McGee.

The three women stole a total of $7,458 in clothing items from Victoria's Secret

The Bobster
10-13-2017, 02:47 PM

Cops suspect $60K iPhone heist was inside job
By Stephanie Pagones
October 13, 2017 | 10:07am | Updated


A chrome-domed crook ripped off $60,000 worth of iPhones from a Chelsea Apple Store, where cops believe the thief may have an insider tip him off to the store’s operations.

The man calmly strolled into the store near Ninth Avenue and West 14th Street just after 9 a.m. on Sept. 14, police said.

Once there, he told a store employee he was a messenger who was there for pick-up. The employee handed over three boxes filled with iPhones valued at approximately $58,000. He fled from the store in a white Ford van, police said.

Police, who released footage of the suspect early Friday, believe the suspect had prior knowledge of the way pick-ups are handled at the store.

The man is described as bald, 5-foot-10 tall, approximately 195 pounds and 45 to 55 years old. :mad:

Apple phones range in price from $349 to $999, depending on the model.

10-14-2017, 11:50 AM

Man accused of theft on Georgia Tech campus
Posted: Oct 13, 2017 8:43 PM PST



Police say they're looking for a man who is accused of theft and financial transaction fraud theft at Georgia Tech.

The thefts occurred in the Edge Building (Athletics Center) prior to a football game on Sept. 30, according to the Georgia Tech Police Department.

Police say the man was seen leaving the building in a Georgia Tech shirt and hat, which they say was different from what he was wearing when he entered the building

10-15-2017, 05:42 AM

Police release new images of Victoria’s Secret shoplifters



The Cranston Police Department on Thursday released eight new images of thieves who stole nearly $4,000 worth of merchandise from Victoria's Secret in Garden City.

Authorities said the suspects stole 81 items from the store on Sept. 20 around 8 p.m.

10-15-2017, 06:11 AM

Thieves steal coins from laundry room, police release surveillance video of suspects
Posted: Oct 13, 2017 4:16 PM CDT


MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Police are asking for help to find those responsible for a rash of coin burglaries on Milwaukee's east side.

The latest burglary happened at an apartment building laundry room at Knapp and Milwaukee early yesterday morning. Police have released surveillance video of the suspects. The men are suspects in similar burglaries as well.

10-17-2017, 08:20 AM

Police: 2 wanted after theft at Poplar Bluff Walmart
Updated: Oct 16, 2017 11:21 AM PST



Police in Poplar Bluff, Missouri are investigating after items totaling thousands of dollars were taken from a store.

It happened on Saturday, Oct. 14 around 1:20 p.m. at Walmart.

A store employee told police that two men went into the store and picked up a phone case, live bait, a backpack, and seven pre-paid debit cards.

The employee told police the men took the items to the sporting goods register and asked that the cashier put $500 on each card.

Then, one of the men asked the cashier to for a box of ammunition after the items were scanned.

Once the cashier turned around, the other man reached over and pushed the cash button on the register, according to a police report.

The employee said this would have told the register the items were bought.

Police say other man then put a credit or debit card in the machine and acted as if he had bought the items with his card.

The cashier believed the merchandise was paid for with the man’s card because after the cash button was pressed, the register printed a receipt and showed the items were paid.

The two men left the store with the cards and other items valuing more than $3,600.

10-18-2017, 04:22 AM

Man Caught On Tape Snatching Purses From Carts At Whole Foods
October 17, 2017 10:49 PM


LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Security video from a Whole Foods Market in a Fairfax District shows a man in a white t-shirt swiping purses when customers are looking at grocery selections.

The LAPD says the thief was caught on camera twice. His technique is the same each time. He comes up from behind when the victims are distracted after they turn their backs from their shopping carts. That’s when the thief reaches into their handbags, pulls out the wallets or purses, then casually walks away, police said.

10-20-2017, 06:05 AM

VIDEO: Man rides bike into St. Anthony Hospital, steals laptop
Thursday, October 19th 2017


BETHANY, Okla. (KOKH) — Police hope to identify a man who rode his bicycle :rolleyes:inside a metro hospital during a theft.

The Oklahoma City Police Department has released surveillance video of a man riding his bicycle down a hallway Sept. 2 at St. Anthony Hospital.

In the video the man can be seen holding on to a laptop that had been stolen from the hospital.