Tuesday, April 16, 2013
The man stole $275 worth of baby formula from ShopRite on Blackwood-Clementon Road, police said.
Police seek the public's help in identifying a man who allegedly shoplifted 18 cans of baby formula from ShopRite on Blackwood-Clementon Road. The incident happened around 6 p.m. April 12. Police said a medium-skinned black man with facial hair, wearing a dark T-shirt and blue pants with a yellow stripe pulled into the ShopRite parking lot in a late 1990s green four-door Ford Explorer. After parking on the far side of the lot, the man entered the store through the exit doors. He picked up a blue hand basket and went to the aisle containing baby items, where he loaded 18 cans of baby formula valued at $275.22 into the cart. The man then left through the store's entrance hallway, ran across the parking lot and drove out the main entrance, …
Monday, January 14, 2013
Police say a suspect who attempted to steal baby formula from Kmart abandoned the product after being confronted by security.
Police are seeking the public's help identifying a man they say fled the Blackwood Clementon Road Kmart in a maroon pickup truck after attempting to steal baby formula. Gloucester Township Police CrimeStoppers has released surveillance video and images of the suspect in the attempted theft, which occurred around 10:35 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 3. Police say the suspect abandoned a shopping cart holding six containers of Gerber Good Start baby formula after he was confronted by store security in the parking lot. Police ask that anyone who can identify the suspect call the township's anonymous crime tip line at 856-842-5560, police dispatch at 856-228-4500, or send an email to email@example.com.
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Kmart is hit with fines and other penalties for selling expired baby formula and non-prescription medications.
Kmart will pay $302,500, donate $25,000 worth of infant formula to charity, pay for continued unannounced state inspections, and implement new product inspection measures as part of a settlement with the state Division of Consumer Affairs, officials announced Friday. The Michigan-based big box store had been found to have sold or offered for sale expired infant formula and over-the-counter medications, the Division of Consumer Affairs announced on Friday. During inspections conducted in March 2010 at 32 of 34 Kmart stores then in operation in New Jersey, inspectors found 257 packages of infant formula, as well as non-prescription medications, that were between nine months to 29 months past the expiration date, but still available for …