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Maine Revised Statutes Title 17-A. Maine Criminal Code § 363. Organized retail theft

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1. A person is guilty of organized retail theft if the person commits 2 or more thefts of retail merchandise under this chapter, either as a principal or an accomplice, pursuant to a scheme or course of conduct engaged in by 2 or more persons involving thefts from 2 or more retail stores for the purpose of selling the stolen merchandise or conducting fraudulent returns of the stolen merchandise.  Violation of this section is a Class C crime.

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