ORC Cases from December 23-31

West Palm Beach, FL : Nearly $1 million worth of handbags stolen from luxury boutique store in Florida
Thirteen one-of-a-kind Hermes handbags valued at a total of nearly $1 million were stolen from Only Authentics boutique in Palm Beach during a smash-and-grab incident earlier this month. Store owner Virgil Rogers said the handbags were stolen when the window where they were displayed was shattered sometime during the night of Dec. 14. Several of the bags are worth more than six figures each, Virgil said, putting the total value of the missing items close to $1 million. The storecarries a 30-year curated collection of Hermes and Chanel handbags, jewelry and accessories, an employee said. Only Authentic credits itself as "the world’s most trusted independent dealer of Hermes and Chanel handbags and accessories," according to its website. Hermes handbags come in a variety of styles and lines made up of one-of-a-kind pieces. The Kelly and the Birkin are the most expensive handbags in the line.

Thieves smash into Ulta Beauty in Rolling Hills Estates on Christmas Eve

San Bruno, CA: 2 arrested for stealing over $16K worth of high-end merchandise

3 ‘sophisticated’ retail thieves arrested at The Outlets at Orange with thousands in stolen merchandise

Fort Myers, FL: Woman tries to steal cart full of electronics at Lee County Costco

Flagler County, FL Four arrested at Target for organized retail theft scheme

Hoover, AL: $20,000 worth of RC cars stolen from popular Hoover hobby shop

Forsyth, GA: 3 Suspects sought in Forsyth Best Buy theft

Chesterfield, VA: Pokemon thief steals over $1000 of cards from Target

College Station, TX – Police seeking 5 suspects in theft totaling $11,000 from Home Depot/ Walmart

Tomball, TX: Attempt to Identify - Organized Retail Theft at Kohls Department Store

Harford County, MD: Maryland State Police Investigating Theft Of 24 Weapons Following Burglary of Pawn Shop