Walmart Crime: New York State Police Ask You To ‘Please Share’
New York State Police is pleading for help as they investigate a crime at a Walmart in the Hudson Valley.
Can you identify the person in these photos?
New York State Police took to social media asking the public for help in identifying a person who may be responsible for larceny at Walmart.
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New York State Police didn’t release much information but said the “larceny” happed at the Walmart located at 3133 E Main Street in Mohegan Lake, New York.
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Police are hoping for help in identifying the person seen in the photos above and below.
“*PLEASE SHARE* The New York State Police in Cortlandt are attempting to identify the pictured individual concerning a larceny from Walmart on East Main Street,” New York State Police stated on Facebook.
What To Do If You Can Help New York State Police
Anyone with information regarding the possible identity or location of the person in the photos is asked to call New York State Police.
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New York State Police can be reached at (914) 769-2600. Please refer to case # 11295661.
These Are the 12 Biggest Shopping Malls in Upstate New York
The size of the enclosed malls of Upstate New York covers a whole range of numbers. You have several large malls with between 50-100 stores, and then you have several behemoth malls which host much more than that. For example, #12 on this list has 55 stores and has been open for more than 50 years. Sounds like a pretty respectable mall, doesn’t it? Compare that to the #2 on this list which is so large it has more than 18,000 parking spaces!
In this gallery, we have also mentioned some of the original anchor stores for these malls dating back to when they opened. It is fun to hear the old names like Sibley’s, Filenes, McCurdy’s, and G. Fox and Company again. Here are the 12 largest enclosed malls in Upstate New York. (We include all regions of Upstate including the upper and lower Hudson Valley. This list does not reflect the large malls of metropolitan New York City or Long Island).
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Did You Know? Over 100 Fun Facts About the Hudson Valley
Did you know that Lucille Ball made her stage debut in the Hudson Valley? How about Philadelphia Cream Cheese wasn’t invented in Philadelphia, but in Orange County? Or that a mansion in Dutchess County inspired the expression “keeping up with the Joneses?” Find out about those and over 100 other fun facts about the Hudson Valley.