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4 Arrested in Theft of $2 Million in Goods from 43 Stores

Multiple trucks needed to haul away stolen merchandise in latest organized crime bust

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Four people in California were recently arrested for the alleged theft of nearly $2 million worth of merchandise from 43 different stores, The San Jose Mercury News reports.

Jaime Mendoza, 36, and Maritza Guerrero, 31, both of Anaheim, were taken into custody after authorities saw them commit at least one theft and deliver the stolen goods to a mobile home, law enforcement officials told the paper.

At the mobile home, investigators found merchandise stacked “floor to ceiling” and subsequently arrested Yolanda De la Rosa, 48, and Jaime De la Rosa, 55.

Additional merchandise was found in four self-storage units, and authorities needed multiple trucks to haul it away.

Read more at The San Jose Mercury News.

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