The string or seize and go crimes at Ulta Magnificence outlets that twice visited Lehigh County is continuous with one other Pennsylvania retailer giving up $10,000 in items to a pair of feminine thieves, police in Chester County say.
The Ulta retailer in West Whiteland Township was hit for the make-up haul on Thursday, police stated.
The Ulta Magnificence retailer in Hamilton Crossings In Decrease Macungie Township has been focused twice, as soon as by 5 males in November that netted $20,000 in gadgets in 40 seconds and a second time in mid January when three males bought $3,000 in fragrances, Pennsylvania State Police stated.
A rash of comparable crimes have been reported nationally across the holidays. The Related Press stated on the time that the thefts have been believed to be a part of subtle legal networks that recruit folks to steal merchandise in shops all through the nation after which promote it on-line.
In January, Trooper Nathan Branosky stated state police within the Lehigh Valley had added crimes at different Ulta to their investigation. On Tuesday, Branosky stated troopers on the Fogelsville barracks have been conscious of the more moderen theft however weren’t concerned within the Chester County investigation, which was being dealt with by native police.
The Macy’s within the Exton portion of West Whiteland was additionally hit Thursday with a $2,000 seize and go theft, police stated.
Anybody with info on the Decrease Macungie crimes is requested to contact the Fogelsville Prison Investigation Unit at 610-395-1438 and use incident No. PA22-66567.
Anybody with info on the Chester County Ulta Magnificence theft is requested to contact Detective Scott Pezick at 484-875-6021 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This story was corrected to repair the spelling of the shop identify.
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