Two Arrested In Theft Of $20,000 Worth Of Handbags

BOSTON (CBS) – Two Boston men are under arrested after police say they stole more than $20,000 worth of designed handbags.

Kenneth James, 43, of Roxbury, and Robert Davidson, 46, of Dorchester, are charged with larceny.

Police say Thursday night the men went to the Saks Fifth Avenue on Boylston Street and stole 15 Louis Vuitton bags worth $20,220.

James and Davidson were arrested near the store. Two other suspects got away.

James and Davidson were arraigned Friday morning at Boston Municipal Court and are being held on $30,000 and $20,000 cash bail respectively.

Investigators are looking into whether this case is connected to other thefts in the Back Bay.


One Comment

  1. John Joseph Grimes says:

    They must have confused the “Spirit of Giving” with the art of stealing. I’m sure that they will be bailed out by tomorrow in which time they can plot their next crime against society. The Lord shall forgive but not the judge.

  2. cynic says:

    Wrong word…They COST $20,000.00 They aren’t WORTH that. How many homeless people can be fed on what some airhead pays for o handbag?

  3. cynic says:

    Has anyone read the article about the students down the Cape that don’t have enough to eat?

  4. cynic says:

    $1533,00 for a pocket book? Jyou’ve got to be kidding!!!

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