UPS employee suspected of stealing $100K worth of electronics

      CHEHALIS, Wash. -- A UPS employee is facing charges after stealing $100,000 worth of electronics from a UPS facility in Chehalis, according to the Lewis County Sheriff's Office.

      UPS contacted the Sheriff's Office after a large number of cellphones, video games and video game systems went missing between Aug. 9 and Nov. 27.

      According to the Sheriff's Office, a detective was following up on the case when one of the missing cellphones was activated, leading the detective to a man who said he got the phone from 40-year-old Winlock resident Roland Camps.

      Camps, a part-time truck loader at the UPS facility in Chehalis, is expected in court Tuesday afternoon.


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