Skip to Content
AP California

4 accused in theft of $2M in goods from 43 California stores

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say four people have been arrested on suspicion of stealing nearly $2 million worth of retail products from 43 different stores across California. The Orange County Register reported Tuesday that California Highway Patrol investigators found stolen merchandise stacked “floor to ceiling” inside a mobile home and multiple storage units. Officials needed multiple trucks to haul away the stolen goods, which still had store tags and security sensors attached. Officials also found more than $65,000 in cash. All four suspects were linked to thefts at dozens of retail outlets including TJ Maxx, Marshalls and HomeGoods stores. 

Author Profile Photo

The Associated Press

Skip to content