NY Family Charged With Shoplifting Toys From 91 Stores In 3 States

NEW YORK (AP) — Police say it’s a very naughty list, sometimes checked twice.

A New York couple and a teen are in custody charged with shoplifting thousands of dollars in toys in a three-state spree that ended in western Pennsylvania.

Authorities say the thieves used a list to keep track of the 91 stores they hit for merchandise — sometimes marking a store with two check marks after hitting it twice.

Ross Township police say they found a rented van filled with stolen merchandise on November 16 after arresting 40-year-old Theresa Lynn Warner, her 39-year-old fiance Christopher Frances Dimaio and her 17-year-old son. All three are from Little Falls, N.Y.

Investigators say they also recovered a list of stores in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio where the trio swiped merchandise.

All three are in custody. It wasn’t clear if they had attorneys.

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    This sounds a bit like the couple who went from pharmacy to pharmacy stealing drugs.. How in the world do these people get away with all those roberries now when almost all stores now have cameras every where and security and all???

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