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Police: Suspects may be responsible for multiple thefts from Target

Joel Blust (Source: Warren County Jail) Joel Blust (Source: Warren County Jail)
Gregory Kalejs (Source: Warren County Jail) Gregory Kalejs (Source: Warren County Jail)
Erin Teal (Source: Warren County Jail) Erin Teal (Source: Warren County Jail)
Michellia Harp (Source: Warren County Jail) Michellia Harp (Source: Warren County Jail)
DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

Four people have been arrested after police say they tried to take four TVs from the Deerfield Township Target.

It happened on May 27 just before 7 p.m.

According to Target loss prevention officials, two individuals had taken four 42" LED televisions and fled the store through a fire exit. Two Deerfield Township Deputies were in the area and located the vehicle. 

The following individuals were in the truck and have been charged with felony theft: Joel Blust, 26, of Cincinnati, Gregory Kalejs, 36, of Cincinnati, Erin Teal, 25, of Cincinnati, and Michellia Harp, 23, of Manchester.

In addition to the theft charge, Blust was charged with Possession of Drug Abuse Instruments and Drug Paraphernalia.

After further investigation, Blust and Kalejs are suspected in at least eight similar thefts from Target stores in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. 

All four are being held at the Warren County Jail.

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