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Organized retail theft ring that targeted Macy's, other retailers is charged in New York

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Two individuals in New York have been charged with possessing over $1 million in stolen goods, which they then resold through their business in Midtown Manhattan. The stolen items included merchandise from retailers such as Macy’s, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens-owned Duane Reade, Ulta, Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works, and the NHL Shop. This case highlights the increasing problem of theft faced by retailers like Target and Ulta. The accused individuals allegedly motivated shoplifters to steal items, which were then obtained by their business for resale. The charges come as retailers work to address organized retail crime and protect their employees and businesses.