BALTIMORE — Police raids of 35 locations in Baltimore County late last month — including pawn shops, residences and warehouses — turned up about $22 million in stolen retail merchandise and resulted in 15 arrests in what may be one of the nation's largest organized retail crime cases. The goods were stolen from several retail outlets in the Baltimore area, including stores operated by Rochester, N.Y.-based Wegmans Food Markets, which contributed to the investigation that led to the raids, ...

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