NEW HARTFORD, N.Y. – New Hartford police arrested a Rome man who allegedly stole merchandise from Boscov’s in Sangertown Square Thursday afternoon.
Officers were called to the mall just after 2 p.m. after the loss prevention team reported they were following a man suspected of stealing from the store.
Police found the suspect, 32-year-old Kyle Moroughan, behind the Price Chopper plaza on Commercial Drive, and took him into custody.
Moroughan is also accused of having a physical altercation with a loss prevention worker during the incident.
Moroughan, who is currently on parole, was charged with third-degree robbery, which is a D felony.
He was processed and remanded to the Oneida County jail without bail.