Two Tigard men arrested in Williams-Sonoma theft investigation


Tigard police arrested two men charged with aggravated theft after investigators found over $100,000 worth of Williams-Sonoma merchandise in a Tigard home.

The items found in the home were from the Williams-Sonoma store at the Washington Square Mall.

Investigators searched a home at the 10800 block of Southwest Canterbury Lane as part of an alleged internal theft involving online purchasing and fraudulent refunds without returning the items.

At the home 200 items was seized, and the figure could grow by double or more as investigators continue to probe further.

Cameron Gray, 40, a manager the store, was arrested there. Eric Wiley, 21, was arrested at his home.

All of the property recovered was transferred to company representatives.

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