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In North Hollywood, Los Angeles, law enforcement recently apprehended several suspects who had stolen merchandise from the WSS shoe store. The incident occurred on Tuesday night at the intersection of Chase Street and Columbus Avenue, with the police using tracking technology to locate both the suspects and the stolen goods at a North Hills apartment complex.

While details about the individuals involved were not immediately available, employees of the WSS store near Vineland Avenue and Sherman Way noticed that the culprits had entered the store, grabbed merchandise, and fled. Despite not being armed, this case has been treated as a grand theft by law enforcement.

The LAPD has issued a statement stating that they are cooperating with law enforcement in their investigation into the incident. They mentioned that tracking devices hidden in merchandise helped in locating the stolen items. Further updates will be provided as more information becomes available.

WSS has also released a statement stating that they are committed to ensuring their customers’ safety and security in their retail stores. This incident serves as a reminder of how important it is for retail stores to implement security measures to prevent thefts and protect staff and customers alike. The quick response of law enforcement and their utilization of technology were crucial factors in resolving this situation swiftly.

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