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Rochester police chief warns of increase in retail thefts
“Shoplifting is a major component,” Allen said.
Allen said police have worked with retailers, which have hired more loss prevention personnel, and have made it a policy to issue a press release for every arrest, which increases awareness and may deter others.
On Jan. 9, police arrested two men who allegedly had a van full of stolen goods, phony credit cards and fake driver’s licenses.
Deval Rhodes, 22, of 2168 Renfrew Ave. in Elmont, N.Y., was charged with forgery and possession of marijuana while Djeffry Louis, 20, of 245 Rosedall St. Apt. # 11422, New York City, was charged with the possession of cocaine, transporting marijuana and driving after revocation or suspension.
Allen credited the “extraordinary work” of the local officers who tracked down the men and detectives who pieced the case together using computer forensics, finances and multiple interviews.
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