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Gucci Group, one of the world's leading multi-brand luxury goods
companies, and Safilo Group, a leader in high-end and luxury designer eyewear, announce the extension
of the license agreements for the production and worldwide distribution of branded eyeglass frames and
sunglass collections for Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Alexander McQueen.
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									                              Vacaville Police Department
                              660 Merchant Street
                              Vacaville, California 95688
                              Communications Center: 707.449.5200
                              Internet: http://www.cityofvacaville.com/departments/police/pressrelease.php

                              Press Release
Today’s Date:                          1/28/09
Date & Time Occurred:                  10/13/2009 and 11/06/2009
Submitted By:                          PIO
Phone:                                 Sgt. King (707)449-5200
Case Number:                           09-08437 & 09-09102
Type of Crime/Incident:                459 PC – Commercial Burglary
Location:                              284 Nut Tree Road, The Gucci Factory Store
Suspects:                              S-DeHaro, Jose, (DOB-7/23/89) of American Canyon
                                       S-Gramlich, Richard Allen, (DOB-5/1/89) of Napa
                                       S-Orozco, Javier, (DOB-6/13/86) of Napa


Vacaville Police, with the assistance of the Napa Police Department, have arrested three
individuals in connection with two burglaries of over $110,000 worth of merchandise at the Gucci
Factory Store located at the Vacaville Premium Outlets.

S-Richard Allen Gramlich and S-Javier Orozco, both of Napa, and S-Jose DeHaro of American
Canyon were arrested and charged in both burglaries. S-DeHaro was already in custody at Solano
County Jail on an unrelated charge, while S-Gramlich and S-Orozco were arrested in Napa.

On October 13, 2009, the Gucci Factory Store, located at 284 Nut Tree Road, was burglarized.
Three suspects entered the business by smashing out the glass front door, where they took
several items. The total loss to the business was approximately $30,000 worth of Gucci-brand
products. A very similar burglary occurred on November 6, 2009 at the same location, with three
suspects taking approximately $80,000 worth of Gucci-brand products. During the second
burglary, a security guard working at the outlets spotted the suspects fleeing the area in a dark-
colored Volkswagon four-door vehicle and contacted police.

During the course of its investigation, the Vacaville Police Department obtained several search
warrants related to the burglaries. On January 27, 2010, with the assistance of the Napa Police
Department SWAT Team, a search warrant was served at the residence of S-Javier Orozco in

The SWAT team was utilized as a safety measure because of intelligence that had been gathered
and the criminal history of the occupants of the target residence. S-Orozco, living in an apartment
on Marina Drive in Napa, was taken into custody without incident.

Shortly thereafter, detectives from the Vacaville Investigative Services Section and the Napa Police
Department arrested S-Gramlich without incident at his home on Golden Gate Circle in Napa.
Detectives then contacted S-DeHaro at the Solano County Jail, where he was already in custody
on unrelated charges.
Criminal activity can be reported at www.cityofvacaville.com/departments/police, or you can call “Crime Stoppers” and leave an
anonymous tip at 707-644-STOP.(7867). Crime Stoppers may pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest.
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Numerous items of evidence and stolen property have been recovered from the searches that
have been conducted.

Gucci has made several changes to the store since these burglaries occurred that have increased
the security of the business. These changes will make a similar crime unlikely to succeed and
make the apprehension of any future suspects more likely for police.

This investigation is still underway, and attempts are being made to locate more of the stolen
property. Anyone with information concerning this crime is asked to contact the Vacaville Police
Department at (707)449-5200. Detective Gary Anderson is lead investigator on this case and he
can be contacted directly at (707)449-5269. The Vacaville Police Department is committed to
keeping our City safe and will do everything possible to deter this type of criminal behavior.


Criminal activity can be reported at www.cityofvacaville.com/departments/police, or you can call “Crime Stoppers” and leave an
anonymous tip at 707-644-STOP(7867). Crime Stoppers may pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest.

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