N.J. Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa has announced the arrest of three men accused of running a Home Depot theft ring across five states.
The ring allegedly stole expensive items from Home Depot stores in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and New York by “under-ringing” their purchases at self-checkout machines.
They’re charged with more than 500 illegal transactions totaling more than $100,000.
The alleged ring leader and two others have been arrested. Warrants have been issued for two more men. All five are charged with conspiracy and shoplifting