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    Police are asking for help in finding a trio who stole $500 worth of clothing from a Long Island store.  On Saturday, Oct. 22, around 5:30 p.m., a man and two women took assorted clothing items from a Marshalls in East Islip located at 2650 Sunrise Highway, according to Suffolk County Crime Stoppers.  Anyone with information is asked to call and leave an anonymous tip at 1-800-220-TIPS.  This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates. 
    A TEACHER was kidnapped while on a run outside a university campus Friday morning, police said. Haunting surveillance footage captured Memphis, Tennessee, teacher Eliza Fletcher, 34, moments before a suspect at large reportedly shoved her into a dark SUV. 6Memphis Police said Eliza Fletcher, 34, was reportedly abducted Friday morning while joggingCredit: Memphis Police Department 6Surveillance footage captured what Fletcher was wearing at the time of her disappearanceCredit: Memphis Police Department 6Police released images of the suspect's car and suspect it was headed west on Central AvenueCredit: Memphis Police Department Fletcher was jogging when a man reportedly approached her at 4.20am near Central Avenue and Zach Curlin Street, witnesses told Memphis police. Cops received reports that there was a brief struggle before the unknown man forced her into a dark-colored SUV. Police shared photos of the car and said it may have been heading west on Central Avenue. Fletcher's smashed phone and water bottle were mysteriously discovered outside a house owned by the university as cops search for any information that could lead to her recovery. read more sun storiesWITHOUT...
    A MOM and her baby were kidnapped from a Target store while putting groceries into their car. The woman and her one-year-old child were snatched by two men in Memphis, Tennessee on August 31. 4Two men kidnapped a mom and her baby at a Target store in Memphis, TennesseeCredit: Memphis Police Department 4Cops have released footage of the suspects as part of the probeCredit: Memphis Police Department One man, who was armed, got out of a car and demanded the woman give him cash, WREG reported. Cops revealed that mom, who didn’t have any money on her, told the man to take her wallet and cards. She gave the man the PIN belonging to one of her cards, according to police. The mom was ordered to get into the car and the man allegedly snatched the toddler out of the shopping cart. read more us newsHUNTED Great white spotted near divers after warning sharks are ‘still hunting & feeding’RAGING INFERNO Fire near Los Angeles forces evacuations with I-5 closed as blaze spreads Cops revealed that they were driven to...
    GOOD Morning America's Janai Norman was arrested for stealing $418 in designer clothes from a department store during her wild college years, The Sun can exclusively report.  According to an Illinois police report uncovered By The Sun, Janai, now 33, was arrested at the upscale Von Maur department store in March 2009, when the newest face on the GMA anchor desk was just a sophomore at the University of Missouri.   5New GMA anchor Janai Norman found herself on the wrong side of the law in collegeCredit: GMA 5Janai was arrested for theft while she was attending the University of MissouriCredit: St. Charles Police Department 5Janai was charged with felony theft and sentenced to 150 hours of public serviceCredit: St. Charles Police Department In her mugshot, Janai, who was just 20 at the time, was sporting a sweatshirt from her school and a nose ring.   According to the police report, the anchor and a second young woman "went into the fitting rooms, each with six items of clothing. "When they left the fitting rooms, they did not have...
    A HUGE five-alarm blaze is engulfing a Home Depot store in San Jose. Dark clouds of smoke can be seen for miles as the San Jose Fire Department continues to battle the blaze. 1Fire crews continue to battle the blazeCredit: Google Authorities say the fire is burning at the Home Depot store located on Blossom Hill Road across the street from the Oakridge Mall. As of 7.07pm local time, the San Jose Fire Department was encouraging residents nearby to shelter-in-place. "If you live/work in the area of this fire on Bascom Ave and smell smoke, we recommend that you shelter in place. Close all doors and windows to minimize smoke from getting inside. Crews in defensive fire attack working to contain fire from spreading from unit of origin," they tweeted. The San Jose Fire Department tweeted in an update that the pet hospital nearby has been evacuated. "Those looking to reunite with pets should head to Golfland on Winfield. Updates will continue to be posted as they become available," the tweet concludes. Fire crews continue to battle the blaze. More...
    A gun-sniffing dog hired at Neiman Marcus in central Chicago alerted the store to the presence of a man carrying a gun in the story - who was then caught allegedly stuffing his jacket with merchandise, police said.  Derrick Latham, 23, was arrested on Chicago's Magnificant Mile on Monday when the canine working at the store alerted security that there was a man carrying a gun in the store. Guards then followed the Latham and watched as he grabbed a belt and two belt buckles before trying to leave, CWB Chicago reported.  Cook County Assistant State's Attorney Loukas Kalliantasis said the security officers allegedly found $995 worth of stolen merchandise on Latham, as well as a 9 mm handgun and 16 counterfeit $100 bills.  Kalliantasis added that Latham was on electronic monitoring after being charged with punching a police officer at a Nordstrom in January.  He had previously been arrested for carrying a handgun at a Christian Doir store in September. Despite his repeated offenses, Latham was allowed to go free after posting 10 percent of his $30,000 bail and promising not...
    In this article KSSPeople shop at Kohl's department store amid the coronavirus outbreak on September 5, 2020 in San Francisco, California.Liu Guanguan | China News Service | Getty ImagesKohl's shares soared more than 26% in premarket trading Monday, as the department store chain is fielding takeover offers from at least two suitors. Private equity firm Sycamore is willing to pay at least $65 per share for Kohl's, implying a 39% premium to the stock's last close of $46.84, people familiar with the details tell CNBC. These people requested anonymity because the talks are private. The offer from Sycamore came two days after Acacia Research, backed by activist investment firm Starboard Value, offered to pay $64 a share for Kohl's, they said. These sources tell CNBC that Acacia and Starboard would likely partner with Oak Street Real Estate Capital to try and sell off Kohl's real estate to raise more money. In the past, however, Kohl's has opposed such type of sale-leaseback deal. Representatives from Sycamore, Acacia, Oak Street Real Estate and Kohl's didn't immediately respond to CNBC's requests for comments....
    OAK BROOK, Ill. -- Thieves stole merchandise worth thousands of dollars from the Burberry store at Oakbrook Center shopping mall on Friday morning.The video in the player above is from a previous report.At about 11:30 a.m. Friday, three men in their 20s entered the store and took over $23,000 worth of merchandise, the Oak Brook Police Department said.The men fled the scene in a black BMW with tinted windows, police said.The Oak Brook Police Department is investigating the incident.Police did not provide further information about the incident.In December, five people injured in shootout at the mall. Two Chicago men were charged in that shooting. In November, thieves stole about $100,000 in Louis Vuitton merchandise from the mall.ABC7 Chicago contributed to this report.
    A 14-year-old Long Island girl was rescued from a dressing room at a trendy store where a bank vault had been turned into a dressing area. Suffolk County Police said the incident took place around 1 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22, when officers responded to Kate and Hale, located at 227 Main Street in Port Jefferson. The girl was freed from the old vault/dressing room by members of the Port Jefferson Fire Department who had use air chisels and hammer drills to breach the 12-inch thick wall.  Once the hole was large enough the girl was able to be assisted out. Fortunately, the girl was not injured, the department said. The rescue can be viewed on video here at the Port Jefferson Fire Department's Facebook page. 
    A Western Mass police department is asking the public for help identifying a man wanted for two incidents of thefts at convenience stores. The Springfield Police Department is seeking your help to identify this suspect who during two incidents went behind the counter at the Pride store on Page Boulevard and stole lottery tickets on two occasions in January and April. The man is wanted on the charge of larceny from a building. If you have any information on who this person is please contact the Springfield Police Department Detective Bureau at 413-787-6355. Or anonymously Text-A-Tip to CRIMES (2-7-4-6-3-7), type SOLVE and your tip.
    We all have fashion mishaps from time to time, but these bizarre style choices will make you grateful for what's in your wardrobe.  A hilarious gallery collated by LifestyleA2Z has revealed some of the most offensive fashion fails from across the globe.  From T-shirts with incorrect grammar to high heels emblazoned with googly eyes,  these pieces prove that some people need to seriously re-think their taste in clothing. Among the treasure trove of faux pas are a pair of jeans sewed on top of a pair of jogging bottoms, a backless dress with a giant protruding zip and socks designed to look like your feet are exposed.  Here, FEMAIL reveals the toe-curling fashion fails which will leave you cringing. I don't follow! The words 'Saturdays' and 'New York City' where written on this sweater from top to bottom rather than left to right What a ripper! This Russian department store sold jeans so ripped there was barely any denim left  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Playground fit for a Duchess! Sandringham play area...
    (CNN)A man who went shopping in New Mexico came back to find his car was full of bees. Thousands and thousands of them.He called 911, as anyone would do if they returned to a car full of insects.Fortunately for him, the firefighter who responded also happened to be a beekeeper.The man's car was overrun by the swarm of bees after he left his window down at an Albertson's grocery store on Sunday in Las Cruces, the fire department said on Facebook. The bees entered the car when the man was in a grocery store. "Firefighters learned the owner of the car returned from shopping, placed groceries in his vehicle and started to drive off before noticing the swarm in the backseat," the post said. Read MoreAs luck would have it, one of their firemen, Jesse Johnson, is a beekeeper in his spare time, and was called upon to come to the rescue, on his day off. Johnson was able to bring the proper equipment to deal with the bees. It took more than two hours for the bees to be...
    A swarm of bees came after a New Mexico shopper on Sunday after he left his car window down during a grocery store run. Shortly after 4pm on Sunday, firefighters in Las Cruces responded to reports of a swarm of bees in a car at an Albertson's grocery store, as the fire department shared on Facebook. The car's owner was shopping and when he returned to the car with his groceries, he proceeded to drive off before the bee swarm made itself evident, according to the Fire Department. Approximately 15,000 bees swarmed a car outside of Albertson's in Las Cruces on Sunday Off-duty firefighter Jesse Johnson, who is also a beekeeper, was able to remove the bees It's unclear where the bees came from or why they decided to attack this particular unidentified shopper.  It's also not clear how he summoned help, but the sight of 15,000 bees buzzing around might have tipped someone off that he needed help. Firefighters blocked off the area around the car, which appears to be a 1990s-model Buick Century, to protect others...
    More On: bees New York muralist on a mission to hand-paint 50,000 bees Un-bee-lievable: Truck carrying thousands of bees flips, unleashes angry swarm How this species poses a threat to airplane safety First US murder hornet nest contained 500 live specimens This firefighter is the bee’s knees. A New Mexico resident’s trip to the grocery store turned into the stuff of nightmares when a swarm of 15,000 bees took over the back seat of his car. Luckily, an off-duty firefighter who practices beekeeping came to the rescue. On Sunday, March 28, a Las Cruces shopper left their car windows down while heading into a grocery store. When they returned and began to drive away, they realized thousands of bees had invaded their vehicle, according to a Facebook post from the Las Cruces Fire Department. Thankfully, firefighter Jesse Johnson works as a beekeeper in his spare time. Though he wasn’t working that day, the team called him in for his expert help. Johnson arrived at Albertsons grocery store in a full safety getup with a hive kit...
    After over a decade of campaigning and pressure from animal welfare organizations, UK department store Fortnum & Mason has finally caved to the times and ended the sale of foie gras. Called “torture in a tin” by PETA campaigners, the sale of foie gras is a controversial subject, often condemned by both meat-eaters and vegans alike. Foie gras, or “fatty liver”, is a product of geese or ducks being force-fed through a pipe inserted into their throat multiple times per day. Accidental punctures of the throat can lead to painful infections. On modern foie gras farms, this process typically takes place 12-18 days before the birds are trucked off to slaughterhouses. In their final days, it can become difficult for geese and ducks to move about normally as obesity begins to take hold. This stressful practice is known as “gavage” and its end result is an enlarged, fatty liver considered a delicacy by many. Fortnum & Mason has confirmed that it will cease the new purchase of the product and sell off the last of its stock. Source:...
    A visitor looks down an empty hallway at The Fashion Mall at Keystone, Wednesday, March 18, 2020, in Indianapolis. Simon Property Group, the largest owner of shopping malls in the nation, is closing all of its malls and retail properties because of the coronavirus outbreak.Darron Cummings | AP When Macy's Chief Executive Jeff Gennette explained at an investor meeting in early 2020 that he saw a "bifurcation of malls" shaping up, with the state of lower-tier shopping centers continuing to "decline rapidly," he didn't have anything bad to say about so-called A-rated malls. Instead, Gennette said the department store retailer would continue to invest in its locations in A-rated malls, as it closed at other underperforming properties. But the values of even some of the best shopping malls in the U.S. have declined at a staggering rate in recent years, according to a report published this week by the commercial real estate services firm Green Street. Green Street now estimates A-rated mall values have tumbled roughly 45% from 2016 levels, which peaked following a runup after the Great Recession. A-rated...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Officers with the Dallas Police Department are searching for two people who broke into Petland and stole multiple Bulldog puppies on Christmas Eve. They first drove up to the store at 11909 Preston Road in a white Dodge Challenger. After getting out of the car, they smashed the glass on the store’s front door at 1:15 a.m.. Once inside, they stole the puppies from the business and fled the scene. The Dallas Police Department is asking anyone with information regarding this offense to contact Property Crimes Detective Sheerin at (214) 670-7160 or at Sara.sheerin@dallascityhall.com. Most breeders sell quality pet bulldogs for between $3900 – $5500. MORE FROM CBSDFW Snow Seen In North Texas As Winter Storm Warning, Winter Weather Advisory Are In Effect Texas Man, Larry Rendell Brock, Who Was Allegedly Seen Inside US Capitol Holding Zip Ties Arrested And Charged Stimulus Payments For Millions Of TurboTax Customers Beginning To Be Deposited, Company Says
    Police were victims of a "swatting incident" after officers responded to a call from a man who was threatening to blow-up and harm patrons at a store in Rockland County. The incident happened around 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 10, when the Spring Valley Police Department received a phone call from a male in the Target Store at the Spring Valley Marketplace who stated he was armed, had multiple hostages, and placed explosives throughout the store, said Spring Valley Police Det. Matthew Galli. The Spring Valley Police Department immediately dispatched units to the location and the incident turned into a multi-departmental operation being lead by the Spring Valley Police Department, Galli said. The Target Store was evacuated and cleared by agencies on the scene as well as numerous canine units from throughout the state. Once the Target Store was deemed safe of any immediate threat, the store was re-opened as well as the rest of vehicular and pedestrian traffic to the Spring Valley Marketplace, Galli said. "Although the investigation is currently pending, it appears that the initial call was a 'swatting' incident," Galli said. The following agencies assisted in the operation:...
    A Rockland County police department was the victim of a "swatting incident," after they responded to a call from a man who was threatening to blow-up and harm patrons at an area store. The incident happened around 5:30 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 10, when the Spring Valley Police Department received a phone call from a male in the Target Store at the Spring Valley Marketplace who stated he was armed, had multiple hostages, and placed explosives throughout the store, said Spring Valley Police Det. Matthew Galli. The Spring Valley Police Department immediately dispatched units to the location and the incident turned into a multi-departmental operation being lead by the Spring Valley Police Department, Galli said. The Target Store was evacuated and cleared by agencies on the scene as well as numerous canine units from throughout the state. Once the Target Store was deemed safe of any immediate threat, the store was re-opened as well as the rest of vehicular and pedestrian traffic to the Spring Valley Marketplace, Galli said. "Although the investigation is currently pending, it appears that the initial call was a 'swatting' incident," Galli said. The following agencies assisted...
    New photos have been released by police investigators in Fairfield County who are attempting to identify and locate suspects who allegedly stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise from Ralph Lauren. The New Canaan Police Department issued an alert for four suspects who have been identified as suspects in a pair of retail thefts that were reported at Ralph Lauren on Elm Street last month. Police said that the first robbery was on Thursday, Nov. 5, with the second coming shortly before Thanksgiving on Tuesday, Nov. 24. In total, the two robberies net the suspects approximately $7,110 worth of clothing. The investigation into the robberies is ongoing. Anyone with information regarding the suspects has been asked to contact the New Canaan Police Department’s Investigative Section by calling (203) 594-3523.
    Fans gather at local Ulta Beauty in Houston to greet Kylie Jenner at the launch of her cosmetics line on November 18, 2018 in Houston, Texas.Rick Kern | Getty Images Some retailers are betting that lip glosses, eye shadow palettes and facial scrubs will be the next big thing to drive customers, especially younger ones, to their stores. As the likes of Ulta Beauty and LVMH-owned Sephora continue to open new locations across the United States, mass retailers like Target and Kohl's are investing more in beauty and hoping to grow their market share in makeup, nail products and perfumes. With this, a category that has historically been dominated by America's department store chains is now increasingly moving out of malls. And while the coronavirus pandemic has driven an overall decline in beauty sales this year, sales of makeup and other personal care items have been surging online, which could prove to permanently shake-up the beauty landscape even further. With department store makeup counters losing clout, beauty could bring big business to companies that were not investing as much in...
    Two Northern Westchester teens were arrested for allegedly stealing nearly $300 worth of merchandise from the Macy's at Jefferson Valley Mall. The duo from Croton-on-Hudson, both 17 years old, were arrested on Monday, Nov. 16, by the Yorktown Police after officers responded to the store for a report of shoplifting, said the Yorktown Police. According to police, police responded to the store around 3:24 p.m., but the teens had fled the area before officers arrived. An investigation, which found the teens allegedly took merchandise valued at $283.98, led to the teens who voluntarily turned themselves in at the Yorktown Police Department. They were both charged with petit larceny/juvenile delinquency and issued an appearance ticket to appear at the Westchester Department of Probation on Wednesday, Dec. 2. 
    Hours after we called out King Soopers for slacking on COVID-19 safety procedures, including a lack of crowd control and mask monitoring, the October 7 report from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment publicly identified two of the grocery giant's metro stores as outbreak sites — the first time such a designation had been made in months. One of those stores was King Soopers #1, at 1331 Speer Boulevard. The company's most iconic Denver location, at Ninth and Corona, had been declared an outbreak site on May 12, and still marks the worst attack of the novel coronavirus suffered by King Soopers to date. By the time the CDPHE formally labeled that outbreak as resolved, thirteen staff members had contracted the disease and two had died from it. But one customer suggests that store didn't learn its lesson from the outbreak, and recently sent this missive to King Soopers' management.Related Stories COVID-19: First Denver King Soopers Adds to New Outbreaks Record Denver Stores Dropping Many COVID-19 Safety Procedures COVID-19: Worker at King Soopers With Deadly Outbreak Tells All Marijuana...
    A burglar made a very specific theft at a Fairfield County thrift store, police said. Officers from the Darien Police Department responded to the DCA Thrift Shop on Post Road at 7:45 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 7, where there was a report of an overnight burglary. Police said that a woman said that upon her arrival to the building, she found the deadlock to the front door in the open position. When the employee entered the store, she went to the cash register and found an envelope containing cash was missing from the drawer. Nothing else in the store was missing or disturbed. Darien Police detectives responded to the thrift store to process evidence, though the investigation is ongoing.  No suspect has been identified.  Anyone with information regarding the burglary can contact the Darien Police Department by calling (203) 662-5300.
    A J.C. Penney store in Laguna Hills, CaliforniaScott Mlyn | CNBC It looks like J.C. Penney is about to be rescued by its landlords.  U.S. mall owners Simon Property Group and Brookfield Property Partners are close to finalizing an $800 million deal to rescue the embattled department store chain from bankruptcy, avoiding a total liquidation and saving about 70,000 jobs and 650 stores, Joshua Sussberg of the law firm Kirkland & Ellis said Wednesday afternoon during a court hearing.  Simon and Brookfield will pay roughly $300 million in cash and assume $500 million in debt, Sussberg said.  Meantime, the hedge funds and private-equity firms that have financed Penney's bankruptcy are set to take ownership of some stores and the retailer's distribution centers, in exchange for forgiving some of Penney's $5 billion debt load. Penney's lenders, led by H/2 Capital Partners, are going to own those assets in two different real estate investment trusts, or REITs, Sussberg said. Penney's landlords would then pay the lenders rent.  Hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and swallowed by an overhand of debt, Penney filed for...
    Macy’s just put mall owners on notice. Over the next two years the largest department store in the world will build new, smaller stores outside of malls, chief executive Jeff Gennette said on an earnings call. “We continue to believe that the best malls in the country will thrive. However, we also know that Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s have high potential off-mall and in smaller formats,” Gennette said. The company’s shares rose by 6 percent on Wednesday on the new strategy, as well as signs that shoppers are increasingly turning to the department store chain’s app and website to stock up on clothes, mattresses, bags and furniture. Macy’s on Wednesday posted a smaller-than-expected second quarter loss of 81 cents per share on an adjusted basis — besting Wall Street’s expectations for a loss of $1.77 per share. A 53 percent surge in online sales, meanwhile, helped revenue rise to $3.6 billion, down 36 percent from a year ago but up from $3 billion in the first quarter. Macy’s first disclosed its plans to test free-standing stores before the coronavirus and...
    Macy’s just put mall owners on notice. Over the next two years the largest department store in the world will build new, smaller stores outside of malls, chief executive Jeff Gennette said on an earnings call. “We continue to believe that the best malls in the country will thrive. However, we also know that Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s have high potential off-mall and in smaller formats,” Gennette said. The company’s shares rose by 6 percent on Wednesday on the new strategy, as well as signs that shoppers are increasingly turning to the department store chain’s app and website to stock up on clothes, mattresses, bags and furniture. Macy’s on Wednesday posted a smaller-than-expected second quarter loss of 81 cents per share on an adjusted basis — besting Wall Street’s expectations for a loss of $1.77 per share. A 53 percent surge in online sales, meanwhile, helped revenue rise to $3.6 billion, down 36 percent from a year ago but up from $3 billion in the first quarter. Macy’s first disclosed its plans to test free-standing stores before the coronavirus and opened...
    A person walks into the Nordstrom store open for business as New York City moves into Phase 2 of re-opening following restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic on June 29, 2020 in New York, New York.Rob Kim | Getty Images Nordstrom said Tuesday its net sales fell 53% during the second quarter, as its stores took a hit from being temporarily closed during the coronavirus pandemic, and its online business suffered due to a shift in timing of its annual Anniversary Sale.  Its shares fell more than 8% in after-hours trading.  Here's how the retailer did during its fiscal second quarter, compared with what analysts were expecting, based on Refinitiv data:  Loss per share: $1.62 vs. a loss of $1.48 expected  Revenue: $1.86 billion vs. $2.38 billion expected  Earlier this year, Nordstrom announced the closure of 16 department stores, as the Covid-19 crisis took a toll on its business.  Four major department store chains — J.C. Penney, Neiman Marcus, Stage Stores and Lord & Taylor — have filed for bankruptcy during the pandemic, with the category reeling from malls being less trafficked...
    WESTMINSTER, MD. (WJZ) — Westminster Police are searching for a man who allegedly ran off with lottery tickets from a local convenience store on Wednesday. The store on East Main Street reported a theft of Maryland Lottery scratch-off tickets. at around 7:28 a.m. The suspect fled on foot, police said. He is described to be between 5’8″ and 5’11” with a medium build. Police have released this photo from video surveillance: Credit: Westminster Police Department Anyone with information is asked to contact the Westminster Police Department Criminal Investigations Bureau @ 410-848-4646. Information may be reported anonymously via the tips line @ 410-857-8477 or send a confidential text message to keyword TIPWPD and your tip to 847411 [tip].
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