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News Release
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Media Relations
   
   
Stolen Luxury Merchandise Valued at $3,000,000 Recovered, Detectives Need the Public's Help to Locate Two Named Suspects NA10023SF

WHAT:      
News Conference

WHEN:       
Thursday, January 28, 2010 2:00 p.m.

WHERE:     
LAPD Police Administration Building
(2nd Floor Media Relations Section’s Studio)
100 West First Street, Suite 257-B
Los Angeles, CA 90012

WHO:         
Deputy Chief Jim McDonnell, Detective Bureau
Commander Jeffery Greer, Detective Bureau
Lieutenant Matthew St Pierre, Commercial Crimes Division
Lieutenant Natalie Doster Gipson, Commercial Crimes Division
Detective Michael Perez, Commercial Auto Theft Section
Detective Marc Zavala, Commercial Auto Theft Section, Cargo Hijack Unit
Police Officer Ricardo Hernandez, Commercial Auto Theft Section, Cargo Hijack Unit
            
WHY:   
News conference to highlight a large seizure of high-end merchandise and to solicit help from the community to locate two outstanting suspects.

VISUALS:   
Samples of the recovered merchandise, video footage of additional stolen retail goods and photographs of the wanted suspects.

CONTACT:   
If you have questions or information that could assist detectives, please contact the Cargo Hijack Unit at 213-485-2507. 


     
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