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Inglewood Residence Searched for Stolen Property, One Arrested

SOUTH OF THE 10 - The Los Angeles County Major Crimes Bureau executed a search warrant in the 10600 block of Crenshaw Blvd. which led to the arrest of an adult female who was believed to be in possession of over $100,000 in stolen property.

Metro Detail detectives conducted a search warrant at a residence in Inglewood believed to be used to sell stolen merchandise. Over the past several months, numerous retail businesses throughout Southern California have reported large scale thefts of merchandise stolen by suspects who brazenly enter the locations and commit retail theft. During the course of their investigation, Metro Detail detectives were able to identify suspects believed to be responsible for receiving and selling stolen clothing and fashion accessories.

On today’s date [May 24], a search warrant was conducted at the 10600 block of Crenshaw Boulevard in Inglewood, where detectives located and seized numerous storage bins containing brand new clothing, footwear, and designer bags, all of which are believed to be stolen during several of the previously reported thefts. The total estimated retail value of the suspected stolen property is valued in excess of $100,000.

An adult female at the residence was found to be in possession of the suspected stolen property and was arrested for possession/receiving stolen property.

This, as well as other investigations are currently taking place involving suspects believed to be responsible for large scale retail thefts at businesses throughout Los Angeles County.

It is anticipated the facts of this case will ultimately be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office for their consideration in filing formal charges.

 

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