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Officials have arrested 18 people in connection to a luxury auto theft ring in Queens. The district attorney's office says that the group was responsible for the theft of 48 high-end vehicles with an estimated value of nearly $2.5 million.
Retailers in the U.S. lose nearly $45 billion annually as a result of theft. That's a lot of money walking out the door. "Retailers have a challenge," says Steve Sell, director of marketing for North American retail at Tyco Integrated Security . "
Police recovered around $250,000 in suspected stolen property last week inside a Vancouver apartment that was operating as an "underground retail sales centre." Officers went to an east Vancouver apartment building on Dec...Inside a 500-square-foot
At 5 p.m., three men physically assaulted a male victim near the intersection of Shattuck and University avenues before stealing his rolling bag, laptop and cell phone...Items worth less than $950 were stolen from locations in the 2300 block of
Madera County Sheriff John Anderson credits three Madera County sheriffs deputies for capturing a trio of mail thieves possibly tied to an identity theft ring. Twenty-nine-year-old David Llamas Rodriguez, 30-year-old Joanna Huerta, both of Madera,
The Record Microsoft Corp. said sales of the new Xbox One video-game console reached more than 2 million in its first 18 days on the market, as the company vies to keep pace with Sony Corp.'s PlayStation 4 during the holiday season...Microsoft, which
The Grand Theft Auto Five ad featured one of the main characters from the game, pointing two fingers to a tattoo on his neck. Photo / AP A complaint about an advertisement for Grand Theft Auto Five which showed "people where to decapitate someone''
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Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 22° Min 14° GTA ad may promote violence: watchdog NZ Newswire December 7, 2013, 4:02 am A Grand Theft Auto advertisement that signalled where to decapitate one of its characters could promote violent behaviour, an
Video game publisher Electronic Arts said on Thursday it halted development on upcoming projects of its "Battlefield 4" game to fix technical problems that have plagued the title recently, taking its stock down as much as 8 percent...The 8 percent