Boise, March 14, 2012 - Boise Police say the more
than uncover about two accused shoplifters, the more stolen
finding. Investigators with the Boise Police Organized Retail Crime
Unit obtained a search warrant Tuesday for a storage unit used by
the suspects. Officers found what's estimated to be thousands of
dollars in additional stolen merchandise, from high-end bedding and
perfumes to costly kitchen appliances and women and children's
clothing as seen in the attached photos.
Officers say the investigation continues
and additional charges against both suspect are expected.
Suspect: Jennifer R.
Morgan, 27, Emmett
Charges:Burglary, 2 counts
(F), Grand Theft (F)
Suspect: Renee D. Cable, 47,
Charges:Burglary, 2 counts (F),
Grand Theft (F), Burglary Warrant, Canyon County
The suspects have been in the Ada County
jail since their arrest February 7th. Current charges reflect the
stolen items the pair was discovered with at the time of their
arrest, An additional burglary charge from a previous shoplifting
case at another Boise retailer that occurred in January, and a
warrant for one of the suspects, Cable, on a related charge out of
Police arrested Jennifer Morgan and Renee Cable Feb. 7, 2012 in a
store parking lot on Milwaukee St. At that time, officers found
them in possession of more than $1,700 in stolen items including
including sheets and high end perfumes taken from three local
retail stores (
BPD news release 2/8/12).
Officers had been investigating the pair
since December, 2011 in connection with several other retail
cases. Again, the investigation continues and additional
charges are possible.
The Boise Police Organized
Retail Crime Unit has developed a positive, pro-active
working relationship with loss prevention agents from many local
retail stores, large and small, local and national chains. The goal
of the BPD Organized Retail Crime Unit is to work with retailers to
reduce theft and fraud, crimes that can impact consumer prices.