April 16, 2024
An empty buying cart stands outdoors a goal retailer throughout a Black Friday gross sales occasion. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

A crackdown on shoplifting in northern San Diego County resulted this week in seven arrests and the restoration of hundreds of {dollars} value of filched merchandise, authorities reported Friday.

With assist from retailer loss-prevention personnel, deputies on Thursday nabbed retail-theft suspects at Goal places within the 3100 block of Enterprise Park Drive and 1700 block of College Drive in Vista, and recovered about $1,800 value of stolen items, in accordance with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Division.

Arrested had been Isaiah Cruz, 26, Martha Madrigal Villanueva, 28, Allen McNabb, 30, Isaiah Mojica, 23, Heather Ovalle, 34, Alex Valadez, 35, and Alejandro Villegas, 50, in accordance with sheriff’s officers. Their cities of residence weren’t instantly supplied.

Deputies additionally recovered greater than $2,800 value of merchandise stolen from a House Depot retailer, the regional legislation enforcement company reported.