A Glendale man is arrested after committing 12 robberies from a north Phoenix sporting goods store, taking over $30,000 worth of ammunition.
In February, ABC15.com first told you about the arrest of 55-year-old Eric Clifford Koslow for stealing ammunition from the Sportsman's Warehouse, near the Loop 101 and 27th Avenue in North Phoenix. Koslow reportedly robbed the store on four occasions, getting about $4,000 worth of ammunition.
Police have now re-arrested Koslow after receiving evidence that he robbed the store a total of 12 times in six weeks from December 2016 to January of this year. Police now estimate the value of the amount of ammunition he stole from the store is over $30,000.
Police say all 12 of the thefts were caught on surveillance video and Koslow used several different vehicles in the thefts.
Police allege that Koslow would put the ammunition in a cart and cover it with clothing, before walking out of the store without paying for it.
The Glendale man has been charged with 12 counts of retail theft.