Police believe they have broken up a shoplifting ring that has plagued Wal-Marts and K-Mart in Harrison, Bourbon and Scott counties.
Cpl. Walter Tapp of the Cynthiana Police Department arrested one of four women who are suspects in the theft ring.
According to Tapp, the first complaint came from Cynthianas Wal-Mart on Sunday when a manager reported finding over $500 worth of empty DVD and video game boxes.
The shelf was completely empty and they knew they hadnt sold any, Tapp said.
In all, 26 items were discovered stolen on Sunday.
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