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3 Los Angeles residents arrested after retail thefts in Lake Elsinore and Eastvale

3 Los Angeles residents arrested after retail thefts in Lake Elsinore and Eastvale



Three Los Angeles residents have been arrested Tuesday after two retail thefts in Eastvale and Lake Elsinore, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department stated in an announcement launched Wednesday, May 8.

On Tuesday, May 7, at 2:56 p.m., sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported theft at a retailer at 18000 Collier Avenue in Lake Elsinore. According to the sheriff’s information launch, the suspects entered the shop and commenced to steal “high-end” merchandise; They fled the shop, a purple Hyundai Elantra.

Deputies discovered the car touring northbound on the 15 Freeway and managed to cease the car by the use of a site visitors cease, detaining the motive force, Delvin Bell, 34, and two passengers, each 16 years previous, the sheriff’s information launch stated.

All three suspects are residents of Los Angeles, officers stated.

Bell was arrested and booked into Cois Byrd Detention Center on suspicion of grand theft, organized retail theft, and felony youngster endangerment, deputies stated.

Deputies discovered over $7,700 price of stolen merchandise within the suspect’s car, together with gadgets recovered from a theft in Lake Elsinore and one other in Eastvale earlier within the day, Wednesday’s assertion stated.

Information concerning the relationship between Bell and the 2 juveniles, if recognized, was not instantly offered.

Anyone with extra info can contact Deputy Noel on the Lake Elsinore Sheriff’s Station at (951) 245–3300.

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