Sheriff’s report: Polo Ralph Lauren hit with thefts twice in one week
The Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store lost about $2,700 worth of shirts when a team of four people stole them last Sunday, according to the Summit County Sheriff’s Office.
The same store was hit again the following Sunday, this time with three people leaving without paying for numerous items.
The security team at Outlets Park City reported the same suspects from the Aug. 11 theft, three men and one woman, shoplifted from several other outlets as well, according to the report.
Surveillance video from the first incident showed the foursome taking approximately 40 shirts from one location and leaving the store on two occasions. The incident happened around 3:30 p.m.
The suspects have not been identified.
On the Aug. 18 theft, deputies could not initially locate the suspects, indicating the surveillance video would be reviewed and the reporting deputy would follow up with the case.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement responded to several other calls between Monday, Aug. 12, and Sunday, Aug. 18, including a theft from a camper trailer in Coalville and a midnight glass-smashing in Silver Springs.
Sunday, Aug. 18
Shortly after midnight, two men banged on the front door of a Silver Springs home and the front window was smashed. A neighbor told deputies she saw two men wearing black hoodies yelling and running away from the victim’s home. Two possible suspects were seen at the nearby Blue Roof 7-Eleven, but they fled before deputies could speak with them.
Saturday, Aug. 17
Deputies separated an arguing family at the Echo Marina. A husband, wife and their 14-year-old son were involved in an argument and deputies determined no crime had been committed before separating the parties for the evening.
A 58-year-old Coalville man was cited for assault and criminal mischief after admitting to assaulting his neighbor and damaging the neighbor’s front porch railing. The neighbor reported the assault to deputies, telling them it occurred during an argument.
Friday, Aug. 16
Deputies responded to a family fight in Henefer after one member of the family reported they had been threatened, but the suspect had left the scene by the time deputies arrived. Deputies indicated they had witnessed no signs of physical violence or injuries. They documented the complaint.
A 50-year-old Park City man was arrested for an outstanding warrant and suspicion of possession of cocaine after deputies encountered him walking on Ute Boulevard. Deputies indicated they initiated contact with the man and learned he was wanted on a Summit County DUI warrant. They then searched the man and found 0.1 grams of cocaine in his right front pocket. He was taken to jail.
A gun, jewelry and two TVs were taken out of a camp trailer on East Chalk Creek Road sometime between Aug. 11 and Aug. 16. The victim said she suspects two people to have taken the items. Deputies indicated it was unclear who owns the trailer and that they would follow up.
Monday, Aug. 12
A 70-year-old woman was hit by a falling rock at Hayden Peak and Summit County Search & Rescue joined two medical helicopters in responding to the call. She suffered head and leg injuries and was transported in an ambulance to an area hospital in stable condition.
The passenger in a vehicle involved in a Kamas car crash that caused injuries where the driver was suspected of DUI was arrested on suspicion of underage consumption of alcohol. Deputies indicated the 18-year-old Kamas man admitted he had been drinking.
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