A four-year-old identity theft ring that allegedly amassed more than $1 million in merchandise, gift cards and store credits from big-box retailers and department stores was busted Thursday, according to the Manhattan U.S. attorney.
Defendants Phillip Smith, Melissa Morton, Mahmoud Abdul Hussein, Ali Abdul Hussein, Fadal Abdul Hussein, Francis Hidalgo and Randy White allegedly stole the identities of more than 180 New Yorkers with active store accounts at Home Depot, Sears, Kmart, Kohl’s and other retailers.
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