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Old 10-27-2017, 05:40 AM   #1
jamessmith4152
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Default What is a Theft Arrest?

There are many different kinds of stealing for which a person may be subject to a theft arrest. Retail theft or shoplifting involves removing goods from a business or retail store without paying for them. Property theft is a term used to describe the crime of taking goods from another citizen who legally owns them. Identity theft involves using private details about another person, such as his or her name, address, or credit card numbers, in order to obtain things.
A theft arrest is made when a law enforcement body has a reasonable belief that a crime has been committed by the suspect. The evidence that allows an arrest to be made can be based on observation, such as seeing a person shoplift or viewing a security camera tape that shows the suspect stealing. Arrests may also be made possible after a period of tracking the suspect, and discovering records, details, or even stolen items that may implicate him or her in the crime.


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