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Facebook Helps Arrest ORC Couple

A couple allegedly stole tools and a robot vacuum together from two Pullman stores, and was caught thanks to Facebook.

Kirsten N. Green, 20, of Asotin, and Gabriel A. Nichols, 23, of Lewiston, were charged separately with organized retail theft in the second degree, theft in the third degree, and burglary in the second degree in Whitman County Superior Court on April 13.

Store [loss prevention] reported the thefts and shared surveillance video with the police of two people stealing items from the Pullman Walmart and Pullman Building Supply, according to court records… Green and Nichols were charged with burglary for allegedly entering Walmart on Harvest Drive in Pullman with intent to commit a crime, according to court records. While inside, they reportedly stole a Roomba Robot Vacuum…   Whitman County Gazette


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