Anthony Rodriguez was promoted to Director of Loss Prevention,
Commerce for David Yurman.
Anthony was previously the Senior Manager of Loss Prevention for the retailer
and has been with them for over 2 years. He has also held other loss prevention
and investigations positions such as Corporate LP Manager for The Children's
Place, Regional Investigator for Ann Inc., Department Manager of Investigations
for Saks Fifth Avenue, Market Investigator for The Container Store and Store
Detective/LP Specialist for Bloomingdale's. Congratulations Anthony!
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ISIS Attack on Baghdad Mall Leaves at Least
18 Dead, 40 Injured
At least 18 people were killed and 40 others were injured when insurgents
attacked a shopping mall in Iraq on Monday with hand grenades and at least two
nearby bombs, police told NBC News.
Iraqi security forces opened fire on the insurgents, who initially tried to take
a money exchange office in Baghdad Al-Jadeedah before entering the Al Jawhara
shopping mall, a Baghdad police major and an Iraqi federal police master
Seven people, including two policemen, were killed in the
car bomb blast near
the mall in the predominantly Shi'ite district of Baghdad Jadida, police and
medical sources said. Five more people were shot dead by the gunmen storming the
mall, and six others were killed when those same assailants detonated explosive
vests, the sources said.
Police said the attackers threw hand grenades at civilians inside the mall and
held them hostage there.
All six assailants were dead by the end of the standoff, police said. The Iraqi
government said that four of the attackers were killed by Iraqi officers and
that the two others blew themselves up.
Separately on Monday evening, a car bomb in southeast Baghdad killed five people
in a crowded market area and wounded 12 others, hospital and police officials
told The Associated Press.
"People started running into the shops to hide, but (the militants) followed
them in and opened fire without mercy," said Hani Fikrat Abdel Hussein, a
shop-owner standing amid shattered glass and rubble at the site of the blasts.
ISIS appears to have claimed responsibility for the mall attack, according to a
statement the terrorist group published online, said Laith Alkhouri of
Flashpoint Intelligence, a global security firm and NBC News consultant.
Preventing Physical Theft With Digital Means
Just as online data breaches, payment security malware and hackers get more
sophisticated, so, too, do shoplifters. Over the holidays, the retail industry
saw an increase in activity among shoplifting rings, which made off with
significant amounts of merchandise from multiple locations as they executed
coordinated attacks on multiple retail outlets simultaneously. In an age of
digital threats to retailers, it can be easy to write off this seemingly
old-fashioned form of crime. However, shoplifting costs retailers $30 billion
annually, according to the National Retail Federation.
With the retail industry, by necessity, having an ever-increasing focus on the
online realm -- when it comes to security and all other matters -- a focus on
in-store theft prevention might take a backseat to those concerns. However, one
retailer, Rite Aid, has been taking steps to combat loss prevention head on
by combining data with in-store know-how.
According to a recent article from the National Retail Federation, Rite Aid is
using a holistic approach to its shoplifting woes. Working with loss prevention
firm USS over the past several years, Rite Aid has been making a hard push to
pinpoint high-risk items in its stores and to find data-based solutions that
protect the chain's locations from shoplifting, while still managing to
enhance the customer shopping experience.
British luxury retailer Belstaff maintains a strong defense against
British luxury brand Belstaff outfitted heroes and villains in the 2012 James
Bond movie Skyfall, but its dedication to chasing international criminals didn't
stop there. When CEO Gavin Haig was considering accepting the position several
years ago, his research of the company led to a number of counterfeit websites.
Security software firm MarkMonitor was brought in, and traced fraudsters around
the globe. Once evidence was collected, Belstaff filed suit in a U.S. court; the
announced in October, transferred more than 600 websites from
counterfeiters to Belstaff and awarded damages of $42 million. The retailer
isn't resting on its laurels, though; it's still actively seeking and taking
down other counterfeiters.
"Before we started the campaign 12 months ago, 90 counterfeit websites came in
every four weeks," Haig says. "Now about seven come to market every four weeks.
We have less than 10 percent of the problem that we had 12 months ago, partly
because we're very visible and very vocal about chasing down counterfeit sites."
MarkMonitor began about 15 years ago targeting cybersquatters who would co-opt
brand names for a website and either hold them hostage for an exorbitant sum or
use it for misbehavior. MarkMonitor uncovered more than 3,000 websites using the
Belstaff trademark in some capacity. Sometimes the vendor was selling fake
Belstaff merchandise along with other products; sometimes the counterfeit site
mimicked the Belstaff website. Sometimes there was no merchandise at all; the
consumer would make a purchase and the product never arrived. All held the
potential to significantly damage the Belstaff brand.
Dublin, Ireland: H&M settles suit with family for $20,000
over a Mock Robbery Drill
Two sisters, ages 6 and 11, who fell victims to a mock armed robbery during a
staff training exercise in a Dublin H&M store, were today awarded $20,000
damages between them in the Circuit Civil Court. The court heard that in March
2013 Abbie and Casie Kennedy were at H&M in Dundrum Town Centre with their
mother Claudia McGrane when the "terrifying" incident happened. The family had
been in one of the store changing rooms when they heard someone shouting "everybody get down on the ground, open the f**ing till, get down on the ground,
what are you looking at?" The scene had continued for several minutes while the
family was still in the changing room, and Abbie and Casie had been terrified
and in fear for their and their mother's lives. Judge MacCabe was told the
family went out of the changing room when they heard people talking in the
store. A store manager had later told Ms McGrane that an individual had been
training staff in the event that there was a robbery, and what they had
heard had been a robbery simulation. Later that day Ms McGrane had called H&M
head office in England. The court heard that a representative for the company
had apologized for the incident and had offered Ms McGrane a 30 euro / $32 voucher,
which she had refused.
FTC has no interest in allowing Staples acquisition of Office Depot
The Federal Trade Commission is not budging from its move to block Staples from
acquiring its rival Office Depot, The Post has learned. Regulators have no
interest in settling with Staples on the current terms, so Staples cannot
complete its $6.3 billion merger, said three sources on different sides of the
case being heard in US District Court in Washington, DC. "Staples and the judge
want a settlement. The government does not want one," a source said. On Dec. 7,
by a 4-0 margin, the FTC Commissioners filed suit to block Staples from
acquiring Office Depot. Judge Sullivan said he expects to decide by May whether
to allow the FTC to stop the merger.
Child Labor Ruling Latest Supply Chain Wake-Up Call
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling Monday allowing a slave and child labor lawsuit to
proceed against Nestle's U.S. subsidiary, Archer Daniel Midlands Co. and Cargill
Inc. should serve as yet another wake-up call to companies with extensive supply
chains that they need to know what is happening in those networks if they want
to avoid similar problems, said a labor activist and a labor attorney. The three
companies deny the allegations that they knew their cocoa suppliers in Ivory
Coast were using underage and forced workers.
Young women's apparel retailer Joyce Leslie files Chapter 11
A decades-old apparel retailer finds itself no longer in fashion, undone by
fast-fashion competition and a lack of e-commerce expertise. Joyce Leslie filed
for Chapter 11 bankruptcy court protection in White Plains, New York, and is a
likely candidate for liquidation, Women's Wear Daily reported. The chain,
founded in 1945, operates 47 stores throughout the Northeast. The company
is looking to find a "going-concern" buyer, but if it cannot, it will begin
liquidation sales in early February through an agreement with SB Capital Group,
Tiger Capital Group and 360 Merchant Solutions, the report said. Sales at Joyce
Leslie have been on the decline for the past several years. At the end of
January 2012, the posted $104 million in sales, which dropped to $98 million in
January 2013. It expects to post annual sales of $63 million for the fiscal year
that ends in January 2016, Women's Wear Daily said.
Retailers Hired Fewer Holiday Workers For Second Straight Year
Retailers hired fewer workers during the holidays for the second straight year,
as technology is helping retailers meet higher demand with fewer workers,
Challenger Gray & Christmas said Tuesday. Retailers added 745,800 workers in the
final three months of 2015, according to an analysis of government employment
data by the outplacement consultancy, down 1.2% from the 755,000 workers added
in 2014, which was 4% lower than the year before.
Warm weather, strong comparisons impact December retail jobs
Strong job growth in December seems to have benefited some industries more than
others, though unseasonably warm weather impacted retailers more than expected.
The retail industry - excluding automobiles, gasoline stations and restaurants -
dropped 8,600 jobs in December. Compared with December 2014, retail jobs were
up 174,000 jobs.
Starbucks To Build 2,500 More Stores In China Over Five Years
Limited Too is coming back
NY JC Penney Workers Push For $750K Wage Suit Deal
CVS Pharmacists' OT Suit Meets Its End In 9th Circ.
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Barnes & Noble Says Recent Rulings Support Data Breach Suit Dismissal
Barnes & Noble on Monday told an Illinois federal judge that two recent
decisions in other courts bolster its argument that consolidated class actions
stemming from a security breach that exposed PIN pad devices at dozens of stores
in 2012 should be dismissed. The bookseller said that a decision last week to
boot multidistrict litigation over data breaches at supermarket chain SuperValu,
and an opinion that nixed a proposed class action stemming from a data breach at
arts and crafts chain Michaels Inc., support its motion to dismiss the suit
against it for lack of standing.
Cybersecurity Startup Calculates Odds a Company Will be Breached
QuadMetrics Inc. says it can predict with greater than 90% accuracy the
likelihood that a company will be breached within the next year. While one
customer says the young company's technology is still maturing, its prediction
efforts represent an emerging capability in the fight against cybercrime. QuadMetrics says that chief information security officers are using its product
as their primary risk management tool, but admit that it is one tool of many
that customers have in their arsenal to fight cybercrime. Most cybersecurity
tools focus on detecting a breach that has already happened, but few, if any,
can predict the probability that a specific company will suffer a breach over
the following three to 12 months, according to Stewart V. Nelson, senior risk
advisor at Kapnick Insurance Group. The general inability to forecast cyber risk
has made it difficult for companies to benchmark their relative risk to their
peers, he said.
The IT Case Against Backdoor Encryption Access
While government agencies continue to push for backdoor access to encrypted
information systems, a recent survey showed 63 percent of IT professionals
remain opposed to the idea. According to a recent survey by global IT and
cybersecurity association ISACA, the results of which were released Monday (Jan.
11), nearly 59 percent of respondents said privacy was being compromised by the
government's effort to impose stricter cybersecurity laws.
"The Cybersecurity Snapshot shows that the professionals on the front lines of
the cyberthreat battle recognize the value of information-sharing among
consumers, businesses and government but also know the challenges associated
with doing so," Christos Dimitriadis, international president of ISACA and group
director of information security at INTRALOT, said in a press release.
"Cybersecurity has become a high-stakes, boardroom-level issue that can have
crippling consequences for any C-suite executive who lacks knowledge about the
issues and risks. Strong public-private collaboration and ongoing
knowledge-sharing are needed to safeguard our organizations from
The survey of 2,920 ISACA members across 121 countries divulged mixed feelings
and doubt about the recently passed U.S. Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act
of 2015, which calls for organizations to disclose information voluntarily after
data breaches take place. Nearly 72 percent of respondents in the U.S. said they
are in favor of the U.S. Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015; however,
only 46 percent believe their own organization would voluntarily share
cyberthreat information with the government if it experienced a data breach.
Data Security Predictions for 2016
Ghosts of the Internet past will come back to haunt businesses. Like
barnacles spreading across a boat, the cost of security maintenance will grow
over the next 12 months and create massive problems with the Internet and
security practices. A surprising number of the most popular websites on the
Internet are not as secure as they should be with respect to certificates, which
leaves them vulnerable to exploitation. Businesses must make every effort to
migrate to current versions of infrastructure products to avoid being taken by
surprise when upgrade costs snowball and support dwindles.
Mobile wallets and new payment technologies will introduce additional
opportunities for credit card theft and fraud. We've already seen the
potential size and scale of retail hacks in 2015, but tumultuous shifts in the
payments and payment security landscape will play right into the hands of savvy
cybercriminals in the next 12 months. Hacks targeting mobile devices and new
payment methodologies will impact payment security, while the increase in
non-traditional payment methods on mobile devices or via beacons and smart carts
will open up the doors for a new wave of retail data breaches.
Data Theft Prevention technology adoption will dramatically increase in more
mainstream companies. As a result of the very public breaches of 2015,
predicted changes in cyber insurance, increased visibility in the boardroom for
all things cyber and continued worries about data loss, there will be a more
aggressive adoption of data theft prevention strategies. The prevailing
assumption among security teams will become 'we are already compromised' to help
them strengthen their ability to deal with the inevitable.
UK - Britain's (ex-)greatest fraudster to help West Midlands Police on
The Container Store ditches walkie-talkies for "wearable computers"
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Stores to be equipped with Nedap's RFID-ready loss prevention solution
The Italian fashion retailer Calzedonia Group has selected Nedap as solution
provider for security solutions including electronic article surveillance (EAS)
systems, video surveillance and intrusion detection systems. The multi-year
contract encompasses the supply and installation of RF EAS hardware and
consumables for loss prevention purposes. The first step entails the roll-out of
EAS systems to about 50 Tezenis and Intimissimi stores. Worldwide, Calzedonia
has around 4,000 stores across 40 countries and the first installations were
already completed in the last quarter of 2015.
Shrink reduction & future-readiness
After extensive field-testing of different EAS suppliers, Calzedonia selected
Nedap's EAS solution because of its reliable detection performance, easy
connectivity and the future-proof RFID upgrade path, which makes it possible to
upgrade to RFID technology in the future without the need for major additional
hardware investments. All connected systems deliver real-time insights into the
system and store performance for monitoring and benchmarking.
"As a fast growing company, we were looking for a global partner that is capable
of offering the same high quality and service levels around the world," said
Calzedonia's Global Risk, Security & Compliance Manager who oversaw the
roll-out. "We were
impressed by Nedap's pro-active approach to lower the losses in our test stores
and we are confident that the EAS roll-out to all our locations will deliver a
significant impact on our profitability."
With stores located throughout Europe, Asia
and South America, the retailer recently announced plans for expansion into the
United States. "We are proud to have been selected by Calzedonia and are looking forward to
supporting the Calzedonia brands with their global expansion plans by giving the
merchandise the most effective and customer-friendly protection," said Rob Schuurman, Managing Director at Nedap
Retail. "Our focus for 2016 is on efficient and speedy implementation through
our global partner network."
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E-Commerce Driving Retail Fraud Loss -
Retailers lost 1.32% of Revenue to fraud in 2015
The National Retail Federation (NRF) reported findings from the 2015 True Cost
of Fraud Study from LexisNexis, which found that the percentage of revenue lost
to fraud nearly doubled from 2014 to 2015. The increase can be attributed to an
increase in online and mobile fraud, according to the study. The annual study is
based on LexisNexis' "Fraud Multiplier," which determines the total cost per
dollar of fraud.
Retail fraud connected with online, telephone and mail orders contributed to an
overall growth in the cost of fraud to retailers. The study shows that retailers
lost approximately 1.32 percent of revenue to fraud in 2015, up from 0.68 in
Online activity generated 55 percent of the fraud experienced by retailers in
2015, up from 42 percent in 2014.
Over the next several years this problem is expected to worsen. Fraud happening
where a credit card is used but doesn't have to be shown to make a purchase,
such as on e-commerce sites, is expected to nearly double from $10 billion to
$19 billion, according to the study.
The top 10 e-commerce days of the holiday season
Here are the top 10 desktop online sale days for 2015:
|1. Monday, Nov 30 (Cyber Monday)
|2. Tuesday, Dec 1
|3. Friday, Nov. 27 (Black Friday)
|4. Friday, Dec. 11
|5. Monday, Dec 14 (Green Monday)
|6. Monday, Dec. 7
|7. Tuesday, Dec. 8
|8. Thursday, Dec. 10
|9. Wednesday, Dec. 2
|10. Tuesday, Dec. 15
In 2018, 50% of Consumers Will Use Smartphones or Wearables for Mobile Pay
E-commerce drone delivery could take off in a few years, a Google exec says
More Leading Merchants Choose Visa Checkout to
Increase Online and Mobile Sales
MD man facing multiple theft counts
for stealing $45,000 from retailers
Tony Eugene Lindsey, 30, of Edgewood, allegedly stole more than $45,000 worth of
merchandise from several Harford County businesses, according to a Sheriff's
Office news release issued Monday. According to the release, in August 2015,
detectives with the Harford County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations
Division became aware of an individual making numerous transactions at local
pawn shops. The individual was pawning multiple items that were new or like new,
according to police. Detectives gathered a description of the individual and
were able to determine, after speaking to local businesses at a Harford County
Sheriff's Office ALERT meeting, that the same individual was allegedly involved
in several shopliftings and shoplifting attempts in Harford County that had been
occurring since January 2015. The more than $45,000 worth of merchandise
allegedly stolen from retailers between January and October 2015, was in turn
allegedly pawned for profit by Lindsey police said.
London, CT: Rent-A-Center manager stole $35K worth of merchandise
The former manager of a rental equipment store in Norwich is accused of stealing
more than $35,000 worth of merchandise and creating fake accounts to blame the
losses on customers. Zachary Crowe, 36, of North Windham, is charged with
first-degree larceny and appeared Monday in New London Superior Court. Crowe
managed the Rent-A-Center on in Norwich from 2005 until he was fired Feb. 26,
2015 when his embezzlement was discovered. Police said Crowe admitted to his
boss the day he got fired he had been stealing cash bank deposits to pay for
merchandise and money owed on fake customer accounts he had created. Crowe stole
about $5,800 from six deposits he made in January and February, police said.
Crowe said he created about 50 "ghost accounts" belonging to existing and new
customers to cover up the loss of merchandise. After an investigation,
Rent-A-Center loss prevention officials told police in June, 59 items of stolen
property, valued at $35,544, were hidden in 39 customer accounts without
NC: Mother and daughter arrested after a 4 month ORC spree
A mother and daughter were arrested Monday in connection to a string of
organized retail crimes over the past four months. Jami Jackson, 28, and Tori
Goutier Shouse, 51, were arrested after attempting to pawn a stolen guitar.
Investigators determined that Jackson was wanted for a string of thefts from
several stores during a crime spree that spanned from Sept. 19 to Jan. 10.
Authorities said she stole merchandise totaling $5,196.50 from retail stores
including Lowes, Target, CVS, Family Dollar, BJs and Guitar Center. Jackson was
charged with felony larceny, felony possession of stolen goods, two counts of
felony conspiracy, 11 counts of misdemeanor larceny, 11 counts of misdemeanor
possession of stolen goods, and five counts of misdemeanor conspiracy.
Conover, NC Man Charged with Habitual Larceny
30-year-old Randal Jordan was arrested Saturday on one felony count of habitual
larceny. He was arrested after a Loss Prevention Officer at Target in Hickory
after attempting to steal two Dyson vacuums valued at $999. Officers arrived and
learned that the Jordan was also a suspect in a previous incident that occurred
in July of last year.
Falls, ID: 5 Charged with Burglary
Three women wearing matching jumpsuits and two men were arrested at Wal-Mart
Saturday and charged with stealing more than $800 in store merchandise. Police
responded to a report of five people working together to conceal store items in
a shopping cart. The security employee told police the group exited the store
pushing a cart "loaded with merchandise. The items were placed in Wal-Mart bags
the group brought with them.
Burlington, VT: Man arrested in Concord for larceny had 9 open warrants
Concord police have arrested a man for larceny into a business, and identified
him as the suspect allegedly involved in multiple thefts throughout eastern
Massachusetts. Steven Stanley, was the man involved in the $250 eyeglass frame
larceny from Concord on Jan. 8. Stanley was also found to have nine open
warrants in Boston, Burlington. Braintree, Randolph, Wrentham and Natick for
similar theft and ORC charges. He was also listed on the Boston Police
Department's most wanted list.
Thibodaux woman accused of felony theft
for returning merchandise she didn't buy
On Friday, January 8th, at approximately 12:30 p.m., police say 28-year-old
Rhaneka Mathews took items off of a shelf at a business in the 400 Block of
North Canal and brought them to customer service for a store credit. Police were
notified and arrested Mathews before she left the store. Because she had
previous convictions for Theft, this latest arrest was a felony.
UT: Hearing set in baby formula theft; 400 containers recovered
Three suspected baby formula thieves are set to appear in 1st District Court
next week, where investigators may present evidence tying them to thousands of
dollars in stolen baby formula. Selford and Iolanda Velcu and Elisabeta Zatreanu
each appeared in court Monday where prosecutor Jacob Gordon argued against
releasing the defendants on bail. The three of them were arrested Dec. 28 after
they were spotted at the Macey's grocery store in Providence. When investigators
served a search warrant obtained that day, they found a storage shed filled with
more than 400 containers of formula.
Lake Orion, MI: CVS hit for 90 bottles of nail
polish, valued at $1,600
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owner killed outside E. Houston McDonald's, may be inside job
Houston police responded to an east side McDonald's on Monday morning after the
franchise's owner was robbed and fatally shot. Under the golden arches, yellow
tape and flashing lights marked the spot where thugs gunned down Carroll Oliver.
The 911 call came in from 5301 East Freeway at about 9:45 a.m. Investigators
believe the robbery may have been an inside job with a former or current
employee tipping off the suspects that a money drop was about to take place.
Oliver picked up cash at the business and was walking back to his SUV in the
parking lot when he was ambushed, robbed and shot. The store owner was carrying
a pistol and tried to fire off a few shots before he died at the scene.
Florida man charged with stealing $3.2M from Brinks armored car company
A Florida manager for armored car company Brinks was arrested in California on
charges he stole $3.2 million in cash on New Year's Day from the company's Miami
storage facility. Miami resident Jose Agurto, 37, was arrested in San Diego on
Saturday, according to the FBI. Agurto worked at a Brinks Co facility in Miami
since September. On Jan. 1, surveillance video captured Agurto walking into the
vault where money is kept and dismissing the only other employee on hand.
Minutes later, video showed Agurto transporting two bags of cash, weighing about
50 pounds, out of the vault and into the trunk of his car. Agurto finished his
shift and left a resignation letter, along with his service weapon, on a desk at
the facility at the end of the day. Authorities said they had recovered some
money but did not specify how much.
Aurora, CO: Subway Robbery suspect chased by Armed Bystander; shots fired
After a masked man hit an employee and robbed a Subway restaurant in Aurora, an
armed bystander took matters into his own hands. He chased the robber, pulled
out a gun and fired warning shots in the air, then additional shots at the
subject's getaway car. Nelson's well-intentions yielded a court summons for
reckless endangerment and the firing of a weapon.
Kemp, Aspiring Model behind the spree of Jewelry store Armed Robberies
The FBI says a cell phone number and social media led to the arrest of a female
jewelry thief. Investigators say Abigail Kemp is the woman who stole at least $4
million in jewelry from stores across the south. The 24-year-old aspiring model
was arrested Friday in Georgia. Federal agents recovered cell tower information
that put Kemp's phone number at nearly all of the robbery locations. They also
used Kemp's own social media photos to match her Honda Civic to the one captured
on surveillance video. The FBI had additional help from tip callers who
recognized Kemp's picture. Authorities also took a possible accomplice into
custody. They say the man acted as a lookout during the robberies.
Credit Card Hacker sentenced to 334 Years in Prison in Turkey
A 26-year-old hacker has been sentenced to 334 years in prison for identity
theft as well as mass bank fraud in Turkey, or in simple words, he has been
sentenced to life in prison. 26 year old Onur Kopçak was arrested in 2013 for
operating a phishing website that impersonated bank site, tricking victims into
providing their bank details including credit card information. Kopçak's clone
website was used by his gang for credit card fraud scheme. Turkish citizens were
tricked into believing that the site belonged to a bank authority and parted
with their credit card information. Kopçak had 11 other partners in crime who
used the data collected to fraudulently to cash out mega bucks.
Gladwin, MI: Two arraigned in pharmacy break-in;
10,000 pills were stolen
Owasso, OK: Hibbett Sports hit with an Armed Robbery
Glendale, AZ: Man admits to Arson and Jewelry Store Burglary
Fayetteville, GA: Smash and Grab at Beauty World store; $5,000 in premium hair
Indianapolis, IN: Men sought in fraud case, accused of using cloned credit card
numbers at Meijer
West Lebanon, NH: Police search for man using fake credit cards at Price Chopper
Plano, IL: 3 Arrested for Felony Retail Theft at Plano Walmart
Zales Jewelers in Mission Viejo, CA (1/8/16) and San Diego, CA (1/5/16) were the
victims of a Credit Card Authorization fraud which has lead to the loss of 13
items valued at over $100,000
Zales Jewelers in The Meadows Mall, Las Vegas, NV was the victim of a Grab & Run
on 1/7, merchandise valued at $17,779
Zales Jewelers in the White Marsh Mall, Baltimore, MD was the victim of a Grab &
Run on 1/7, merchandise valued at $9,339
Zales Jewelers in the Fashion Center at Pentagon City, Arlington, VA was the
victim of a Grab & Run, merchandise valued at $4,200
Piercing Pagoda in the Greece Ridge Mall, Rochester, NY was the victim of a Grab
& Run on 1/9, merchandise valued at $649.98
Beauty World - Fayetteville, GA - Burglary
Boost Mobile - Temple, TX - Robbery
Bozrah Wine - Bozrah, CT - Burglary
Citgo - Hampton Roads, VA - Burglary
Dollar General - Indianapolis, IN - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Appleton, WI - Armed Robbery
Fox Shooting Loft - Clark Co, OH - Burglary
Hibbett Sports - Owasso, OK - Armed Robbery
Hope Foods - Tampa, FL - Armed Robbery
Maplefield's Convenience - Marshfield, VT - Armed Robbery
Subway - Aurora, CO - Robbery
Tim Hortons - Brantford, ON, CN - Burglary
Wegmans - Greece, NY - Robbery
7-Eleven - Rocklin, CA - Armed Robbery
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Anthony Rodriguez was promoted to Director of Loss Prevention,
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was named Safety and Loss Prevention Specialist for Dominos.
Stephen comes to us with Safety and Loss Prevention knowledge covering OSHA and
DOT safety. Stephen also brings several years of retail Loss Prevention
experience from the Kmart and CVS brands. His most recent position was Manager
of Safety Training and Recruiting with Am-Can Transport Service LLC. A native of
Michigan, Stephen and his family will be relocating to Ann Arbor.
was named Regional Safety and Loss Prevention specialist for Dominos.
Jenn will be supporting our Midwest franchisees as well as our other safety and
loss prevention regional specialists. Jenn has been with the company for over 4
years and is currently in our People Pipeline program. She has held several
positions, from being a CSR for a franchise store and working her way up to
General Manager, with her most recent position being a MCO in Virginia. Jenn
brings with her a wealth of information from both franchise and Team USA and I
am confident she will be a great resource and will assist us in having a safer
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just collecting a paycheck? Worse yet, doesn't this attitude reflect itself in
your team? Necessity might get you out of bed every morning (i.e. mortgage, car
payments, tuitions, etc.) but it's passion that should keep you striving for
ways to excel and develop your replacement. We all saw a lot of friends lose
their positions over the last few years in a challenging economy. How many of
them had already lost their passion long ago? Most good leaders agree they'd
rather have someone they need to hold back than someone they need to prod
Just a Thought,
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