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Two Susanville Residents Arrested for Grand Theft at Grocery Store

Two Susanville residents were arrested Friday after they allegedly walked out of the Susanville Safeway store without paying for more than a thousand dollars worth of groceries

Shortly after 5:00p.m., according to details provided by the Susanville Police Department, officers were dispatched to the store, after receiving a report that two people were attempting to steal a cart of groceries.

“Officers arrived on scene and contacted store employees who had detained two subjects that had attempted to leave without paying,” explains Susanville Police Chief Ryan Cochran.

“Safeway’s Loss Prevention Officer was working this date and observed the subjects place numerous items into their cart then exit the store without attempting to make payment.”

Officers from the SPD arrested 41-year-old Rita Merino and 35-year-old Amanda Shipley, both of Susanville, for grand theft of property after it was determined the total value of property in the cart was over $1,300 dollars.

Jeremy Couso
Jeremy Couso
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