Former Jos A. Bank employee arrested for larceny
Updated 5:25 pm, Tuesday, May 31, 2011
The store's loss prevention manager and other employees had suspected Harvey of taking store property over the course of an extended period of time. The items he stole included black leather shoes valued at $325, three ties valued at $59.50 each, one tie valued at $80, one overcoat valued at $395, a sport shirt valued at $79.50, two belts valued at $65 each and suspenders valued at $49.50. All the stolen clothing was worth $1,237.50 police said. He was charged with fourth-degree larceny and second-degree criminal trover
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Harvey was released on a surety bond and will appear in court June 7.