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US Customs Seize 2,000 OnePlus Buds Thinking They’re Counterfeit AirPods; They Weren’t

US Customs and Border Protection proudly announced a few days ago that on August 31 it had seized 2,000 counterfeit Apple AirPods, sent to...

Retailers Should Prepare for a Busy Holiday Shopping Season

COVID-19 hasn’t impacted consumers’ holiday spending plans but it has affected how they intend to shop. That’s according to a consumer insights survey by Radial,...

Reward Offered for $3M Cargo Theft Fugitive

The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Yoelvis Denis Hernandez, 42, of...

Amazon Announced It Will Hold a Career Day That is Open to All Job...

Amazon's Career Day on September 16 will include a team of 1,000 Amazon recruiters offering 20,000 career coaching sessions, according to the tech giant's...

Shoplifter Flees, Runs into Glass Door, is Arrested

The Columbus Police Department (CPD) apprehended a shoplifting suspect on Sunday after he attempted to flee from officers and ran into a glass door....

Testing Drone Deliveries In North Carolina

Walmart is launching an on-demand drone delivery pilot in Fayette, North Carolina, with a focus on select grocery and household items. Orders will be...

Store Manager Accused of Theft over $500K; Pleads Guilty

A former Quincy store manager accused of stealing more than $500,000 from a Menards store has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge. The Herald-Whig...

Teen Used 5 Children, Their Backpacks, to Help Her Shoplift from Mall

A Fort Lauderdale teen was arrested for grand theft and other charges after allegedly using five children to help her steal from the Westfield...

Fraudster Admits Using Fake Credit Cards to $183K+ at 15 Locations

A fraudster admitted to using fake credit cards in multiple states - specifically Connecticut - to steal thousands of dollars from Lowe’s. New York City...
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Shoplifting ‘Like a Full-Time Job,’ Judge Tells Dyson Vacuum Thief

An affinity for drugs and Dyson vacuums now has William E. Secrest in prison for what a judge called an ongoing, seemingly relentless pattern...

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