Man Arrested in Arc’teryx Heist
Clothing worth $60K disappears in Montana
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Police arrested a man in Bozeman, Montana, for stealing $60,000 worth of of gear from outdoor-clothing manufacturer Arc’teryx. Cedric Standish-Codding, 19, allegedly broke into the garage of an Acr’teryx sales representative and hauled away dozens of boxes from Arc’teryx’s 2012 line. Standish-Codding, who lives across the street from the rep, appeared to have made a critical error when he solicited his neighbors for help carrying the boxes, and again when he answered his door to officers wearing a new pair of Arc’teryx pants. Police also found a 16-year-old runaway in Standish-Codding’s apartment.
Read more at The Bozeman Daily Chronicle