Police identify suspects accused of stealing thousands in perfume from Fresno Ulta

FRESNO, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) — Four suspects accused of stealing perfume from a Fresno Ulta store have been identified by investigators.

Police say Nicholas Ford, 19, Adrian Cortez, 18, Jacob Rodriguez, 19, Robert Fregozo, 20 and one unidentified juvenile were arrested Thursday after police officials say they are accused of stealing over $1,000 in Ulta perfume.

Around 7:00 p.m., officers were dispatched to the Ulta Beauty on North Blackstone. Officers say while investigating the incident they developed information on the suspects’ locations and they, along with CHP officials, were able to locate four people walking towards the Ulta Beauty store at Fashion Fair Mall.

According to police, as officers approached the area, the four ran back to an awaiting vehicle.

Investigators say police attempted to make a traffic stop in a nearby parking lot, but the driver and two passengers from the vehicle fled the scene while two others stayed inside

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Authorities in Israel Seize Thousands of Artifacts Looted From Ancient Graves | Smart News

Investigators in Israel have recovered a trove of thousands of stolen archaeological artifacts, including gold coins, jewelry, Egyptian sarcophagus lids, bronze statues, clay vessels and votive objects.

According to a Facebook post from the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA), which located the items in partnership with the Israeli police and tax authority, the operation was “one of the largest” of its kind in Israel’s history.

Officials seized the artifacts, which span the 1st millennium B.C. through the 11th century A.D., during raids at three sites in central Israel, reports Aryeh Savir for the Tazpit News Agency.

Archaeologists involved in the operation were “stunned at the sheer quantity, and quality, of the artifacts,” writes Ruth Schuster for Haaretz.

“We haven’t counted them yet,” Amir Ganor, head of the IAA’s theft prevention unit, tells Haaretz. “… We made lists. It’s a gargantuan find—hundreds of coins, pottery from a lot of

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