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Salisbury Police Release Shoplifting Report for Oct. 27-Nov. 2

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By Tianna Beckles

SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury police made several arrests between Oct. 27 and Nov. 2 in what the department said is an attempt to reduce the amount of shoplifting thefts that are occurring across local commercial businesses.

The report included the arrests of the following suspects:

  • Shannon MacDonald, 26, of Greenwood, Del.
  • Alicia White, 27, of Salisbury, Md.
  • Kyra Cook, 24, of Bear, Del.
  • Amy Waidner, 43, of Eden, Md.
  • Patrick Mcgrillies, 29, of Laurel, Del.

A total of seven suspects, including two juveniles, were arrested and charged with theft related to the recent shoplifting investigations conducted by the Salisbury Police Department.

For up to date information, follow the Salisbury Police Department on twitter at @SalisburyPD and on Facebook at Facebook.com/SalisburysFinest

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