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Richmond Heights Police: $957 Worth of Jeans Stolen from Galleria Store

Also, $526 worth of clothing taken from the Rally House.

The Richmond Heights Police Department reported the following incidents on its website.

Thursday, Nov. 1

  • The fire department extinguished a resident's burning detached garage.
  • Galleria mall security detained someone suspected of stealing $116.70 worth of clothing from H & M.  Police arrested the subject.
  • Police were called to the True Religion store in the Galleria where two subjects were suspected of stealing $957 worth of jeans. A witness obtained a license plate number as the they fled.
  • As a woman pumped gas at Circle K she said saw someone steal her wallet and makeup bag from her car.  She said the subject ran south from the scene.

Friday, Nov. 2

  • Galleria mall security detained a juvenile suspected of stealing $20 in clothing from Macy's. The juvenile was arrested and taken to the County Juvenile Detention Center.
  • Galleria mall security detained a juvenile suspected of stealing $50 in clothing from Macy's. The juvenile was arrested and taken to the County Juvenile Detention Center.

Monday, Nov. 5

  • Three subjects entered the Rally House store and stole $526 worth of clothing.  Investigation is ongoing.
  • Three subjects stole $526 worth of clothing from the Rally House.  An investigation is ongoing.

The Clayton Police Department also reported that a vehicle was broken into in the 8300 Block of Shaw Park Drive.

jane weatherby November 14, 2012 at 09:23 PM
DEAR GALLERIA MANAGER: PLEASE NOTICE HOW THE PATCH HAS NO EDITORS. NO ONE TO CHECK THE STORIES THEY RE-PRODUCE. NO ONE TO CHECK THAT THEIR HEADLINE IS NOT CORRECT --- THE ALLEGED CRIME TOOK PLACE SOMEWHERE OTHER THAN THE GALLERIA. SO PLEASE SUE THIS RAMSHACKLE POORLY-RUN WEBSITE FOR DEFAMATION !!!
Doug Miner November 14, 2012 at 09:42 PM
Jane - Which item are you talking about? There is nothing untrue in the article's headline or body, and the information comes from the Richmond Heights Police Department website.
Joe Scott November 14, 2012 at 10:26 PM
Yeah "Jane," it does help if you actually tell us IF there's a mistake. Otherwise, you're just complaining because you have some kind of grudge against Patch. I'm sure you wouldn't do that though.
jane weatherby November 15, 2012 at 07:43 PM
Not hard to find the mistake -- the crime took place at The Rally House NOT at a Galleria Store. HEADLINE SAYS: "Galleria store" If you knew your market you would also know that The Rally House is on Brentwood Blvd across from the Galleria --- NOT IN THE GALLERIA. So JANE IS CORRECT ! And the Galleria Manager should be peeesed off !
Doug Miner November 15, 2012 at 09:24 PM
There is no mistake in the headline. The article states that the $957 theft came from True Religion in the Galleria, and $526 of clothing was taken from Rally House, across the street.

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