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Arrests Made in Target, Macy's Thefts

Four people were arrested and charged in connection with the three separate retail thefts.

The following information was supplied by the Springfield Police Department. All suspects are presumed innocent until proven otherwise. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Retail Theft—Target in the Springfield Mall at about 3:02 p.m. on Jan. 29. Store security reported that they had a man in custody for a retail theft at the store. Patrolman Daniel Boyd responded and took a 21-year-old Upper Darby man into custody and transported him to the Springfield Police Station. He was charged with retail theft in connection with taking $565.88 worth of merchandise from the store. Detective Robert Nutley is handling the investigation.

Retail Theft—Macy's at about 1:44 p.m. on Jan. 30. Store security reported that they had two young men in custody for a retail theft at the store. Patrolman Nicholas Paytas responded and took a 15 year old from Holmes and a 16 year old juvenile from Ridley Park into custody and transported them to the Springfield Police Station. The 15 year old was issued a citation for retail theft in connection with taking $55 worth of merchandise from the store. And the 16 year old was issued a citation for retail theft in connection with taking $102 worth of merchandise from the store. Both men were later released to relatives. Detective Bridget McCarthy is handling the investigation.

Retail Theft—Macy's at about 12:43 p.m. on Jan. 31. Store security reported that they had a woman in custody for a retail theft at the store. Patrolman David DiTrolio responded and took a 26-year-old Primos woman into custody and transported her to the Springfield Police Station. She was charged with  retail theft in connection with taking $1,085 worth of merchandise from the store. Detective Bridget McCarthy is handling the investigation.

 

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