New York State Police Seek Your Help, Do You Know This Individual?
Take a look at the pictures below. Do you know this individual?
New York State Police are asking for your help in identifying an individual who may have been involved in a larceny case at an Upstate New York grocery store. If you know this individual, recognize him or have any information relating to this case please contact Troop K at 914- 769-2600 and refer to case# 11528850.
On September 25th New York State Police issued a press release regarding a case of larceny in the town of Cortlandt, New York. Troopers are trying to identify the individual pictured below and are asking for your help. The incident occurred at the ShopRite located in the Cortlandt Town Center plaza on East Main Street.
The FBI defines larceny as "theft of personal property". This could include stealing a bicycle, theft of tools, theft of a smartphone and shoplifting. Basically stealing any property or item that is not taken by force, violence or fraud is considered larceny.
According to Find Law, eating products in the store before paying is not necessarily shoplifting, as long as you pay for the item before leaving the store. There is a term called "shopkeeper's privilege" giving the individual store the right to detain an individual suspected of shoplifting. Generally speaking it is legal in New York to eat grocery items before paying for them.
Please contact Troop K at 914- 769-2600 and refer to case# 11528850.