PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Four people were arrested in connection with the thefts of credit and debit information from at least two Stop & Shop stores, according to an Associated Press report yesterday. They were arrested Monday night in the parking lot of the supermarket chain's Coventry, R.I., store after employees noticed their resemblance to photos of those wanted in the thefts of customer data, said Faith Weiner, a spokeswoman for Stop & Shop, Quincy, Mass. The prior thefts at the ...
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