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 February 6, 2015


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RLPSA President Vince Vittatoe Resigns to Take New Position - Dave & Buster's James Brussow Tabbed Interim President  The Restaurant Loss Prevention and Security Association (RLPSA) announced today that its President, Vince Vittatoe, Bob Evans Farms Inc., has resigned to take a role outside the restaurant industry. Current Board Member, James Brussow, Director of Security for Dave and Buster's Inc., will serve as Interim President of the Association, through the remainder of the membership year. "While we wish Vince all the best in his new endeavor, he will be greatly missed by our organization," said Jim Forlenza, Executive Director, RLPSA. Mr. Brussow previously served as president of RLPSA in 2013, and oversaw a dramatic shift in the organization's future, including the changing of the associations name to its current moniker. "We are lucky to have someone like James Brussow who can immediately step in and smoothly continue to navigate RLPSA in a positive and growth-minded fashion," added Forlenza. Read the rest of the announcement here.

Commit to win the battle against fraud
How you and your team can make the difference: Skip Myers shares his highly proactive LP philosophy. The one thing the bad guys can never expect, never plan for, never prepare for, never anticipate for is a well-led, well-trained, and highly motivated fraud team determined to put them out of business. So, the difference maker is you. The difference is how you, the leader of your fraud team, look at fraud combined with your attitude and commitment to stop it. Develop an attitude that the bad guys will not alter your resolve to fight fraud and will never out work you. Therefore, your internal controls help reduce criminal opportunities, increase the required work and time needed to commit the crime, increase the perception that the risk is too great, and reduce the negative impact to your company if a bad guy is successful. So, don't be an easy target. Listen to what the bad guys are saying. Even if you cannot actually speak to them, you can still "listen to" and understand what clues they leave behind. Each fraud is a crime scene that leaves behind important evidence. Take time to reverse engineer each fraud. Analyse the evidence during your investigation to determine what happened and why. Take time to follow the trail of evidence and the breadcrumbs of information left behind by the bad guys. Don't let the frustration of fighting fraud get you down. Your team and your company are looking at you for guidance and leadership. Allow your determination to push you and your team from where you are to where you need to be, and use that determination to "Ruin a Bad Guy's Day."  retailfraud.com

Chip credit card technology ID'ed gift card fraudster in Calgary - Learn How Below  On Jan. 30, a man tried to buy goods with a gift card. When the clerk glanced at the terminal, it was prompting her to insert the chip card into the machine, even though no chip was present. "She said: ‘What the heck does that mean? There's no chip, this isn't the way it's supposed to be,'" said Verheul. "She felt it was suspicious ... She was very switched on and called police immediately." Verheul said police learned the gift card was loaded with stolen credit card information associated with a chip, which is why the terminal recognized it as a chip card even though no the card was not physically equipped with a chip. "There are swiping devices that load data onto any kind of mag stripe," she said. "Fraudsters get the credit card data, they swipe that data onto a blank card, and that blank card takes on the personality data of the credit card they have." Due to the clerk's quick actions, district 4 officers were able to make an arrest while the crime was in progress. Verheul said her unit is seeing a lot more of these kinds of credit card fraud cases. The key message to drive home is that it's all about prevention, about being aware," she said. "Merchants have a huge role to play." Police encourage business owners and employees to take steps to protect their businesses by always inserting a chip card into the terminal and only swiping the card if it's not equipped with a chip.  calgaryherald.com

Radio Shack files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection - Here comes 1,750 co-branded Sprint stores - Will the other 2,000 stores close?  In the still developing story, the company on late Thursday afternoon said it has reached an agreement with hedge fund Standard General for the firm to purchase up to 2,400 of its stores. The plans calls for an asset purchase agreement with Standard General and Sprint to use a "store-in-store" model that would allow the RadioShack name to exist in as many as 1,750 of the acquired shops, CNBC reported. Other underperforming locations would shutter. The branding on the surviving stores would primarily feature Sprint, according to a Sprint statement. Under the terms of the new agreement, Sprint would effectively operate a store within a RadioShack store, occupying approximately one third of the retail space of each location. Sprint employees will sell mobile devices and plans on all Sprint brands including Boost and Virgin Mobile. The stores will be co-branded with Sprint being the primary brand on storefronts and in marketing materials. Sprint currently has more than 1,100 company-owned retail stores. This means potentially that 2,000 Radio Shack stores could close?  chainstoreage.com businesswire.com wsj.com

Walmart manager fired for going 10 feet outside store to confront shoplifter who punched him  Don Watson, who was night manager at the Prattville store, said he heard an alarm sound signal Jan. 5 that an emergency door had been opened, so he ran to investigate. Watson said he found a man he recognized as a habitual shoplifter taking a buggy outside that contained more than $1,100 in merchandise. He confronted the man, who he said grabbed him, struck him in the face, and pulled him to the ground. Security guards from a nearby apartment complex intervened until police arrived, and Roderick Gray was arrested and charged with first-degree robbery. Watson said he was fired 27 days later for "gross misconduct." A company spokesman declined to comment on the personnel matter, but he said Walton placed himself in danger. We don't think there is any amount of stolen merchandise that is worth anyone's life," said Walmart spokesman Aaron Mullins. "Associates are trained to follow certain security measures." Watson admits he was trained not to follow shoplifters more than 10 feet outside the store, but he said the rule has been broken numerous times by other employees and he was unable to persuade loss prevention officers - who set their own schedules - to work overnight shifts.  rawstory.com

West Coast Port slowdown could become shut down in less than a week - Costing $1B+ a day

Finger amputations lead to OSHA inspection at Ashley Furniture facility: $1.76M in fines  
J.C. Penney 'reinvents its 850 in-store salons with 'The Salon by InStyle' - On the heels of Bloomingdales acquisition of Bluemercury

Retail sales growth in the 3% to 4% range in 2015 with online taking more market share & causing more pressure

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Boot Barn Q3 up 7.2% with sales up 13.1%
Ingles Markets Q1 up 2.3% with net sales up 2.1%
Aaron's Q4 core business company stores down 2.8% with revenue up 37%

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Tyco's Long named one of Canada's Most Powerful Women
The Women's Executive Network (WXM) has recognized Tracy Long, president of Tyco Integrated Fire & Security, Canada, as one of its 2014 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner. Long, who joined Tyco in 2009, was named to her current position in 2013. She led the integration that brought the Canadian operations of SimplexGrinnell and Tyco Integrated Security together into one combined business, according to a prepared statement. Under Long's leadership and while completing the business integration, Tyco Integrated Fire & Security delivered nearly 33 percent year-over-year growth in operating income in the last fiscal year, the company said in the statement. Long is chairperson of the Tyco Global Women's Growth Network, has appointed several female executives to her leadership team, and also provides coaching and mentoring to many female employees throughout Canada, the company said. securitysystemnews.com

Target will eventually take a second crack at Canada - What an article! Is he serious? Canadians Won't Forget  It's not like Target can build more stores: The company has pretty much maxed out in the United States. In 2007, Target built 103 net new stores. Five years later, that number had dropped by 88. Now it's up to Cornell, the new CEO, to replace those lost potential sales and profit from Canada. He probably can't, which means that Target will need to readjust Wall Street's expectations of the business. the company has experimented with smaller formats like CityTarget and Target Express. The retailer has also expanded its grocery business, revamped its website and released a mobile app called Cartwheel. But none of those can fully replace the $38 million in average sales each Target store generated in 2012. And groceries and online goods carry lower profit margins. As it often does, Wall Street is giving Target some slack. Actually, a lot of it. Despite Canada, Target stock is up 38 percent from this time last year, to $75 per share. But Wall Street won't ease up on Target for long, and it will force Cornell to show growth. That's when Target will make a second attempt at Canada. And maybe this time, the retailer will get it right.  sfchronicle.com

Target Canada's liquidation draws crowds, but also bargain hungry critics  The liquidation of Target Canada's merchandise is attracting larger-than-usual crowds, with shoppers anticipating bargains on the first day of the super sale. Many, however, say great deals were few and far between. In Toronto, about a dozen people were lined up in the frigid cold outside the East York Target location around 7:30 a.m. ET before the store opened. Several more sat in their vehicles watching the crowd slowly grow. There were similar scenes at other locations across Canada. Target said late Wednesday that customers could expect discounts of up to 30 per cent as the company offloads millions of dollars worth of merchandise to pay back creditors. But as with most liquidations, the discounts could get even deeper as time goes by and the company looks to clear out product and raise cash to pay back its debts. cbc.ca

Movie rental company Redbox shutting down 1,400 rental kiosks Canadian operation - another one bites the online dust

Parasuco Retail, Inc to Close all 7 stores; Another Canadian based company has announced they will be closing up shop

3-Million Square Foot Mega-Mall Planned for Montreal

Nordstrom to open 2nd location in Ottawa next month at Rideau Centre

Police search underway after armed robbery at Scarborough Metro 

RCMP search for suspect in armed robbery in Osler, Saskatoon, CN

GPS leads police to truckload of beef, salsa stolen in Brampton, Ont., in one hour, on it's way to Costco

Retail Fast Facts: January 2015 

● Total monthly retail sales changed by 2.4 per cent over the comparable month last year. 
● Total sales excluding food, automotive and gasoline changed by 3.4 per cent over the comparable month last year. retailcouncil.org


Blurred Lines: Card Present And Card-Not-Present
Tim Cook may say that 2015 is the "Year of Apple Pay" but 2015 might be the year in which the split between card-present, NFC, in-store, card-not-present, online and in-app, begins to disappear, Matt Barr, SVP of Emerging Payments for MasterCard U.S., told MPD CEO Karen Webster. The reason, Barr said, is tokenization, which makes all of those distinctions "quite dated." Barr gave Webster a look inside the MasterPass playbook for 2015, discussed the impact of tokenization on mobile commerce's future and said why he thinks MasterPass and Apple Pay are more complements than competitors. pymnts.com

As Mobile Commerce Grows, M-Commerce Fraud Grows Even Faster
The 2014 "True Cost of Fraud mCommerce" report found that 15 percent of all merchants now support m-commerce transactions - more than twice the 7 percent doing m-commerce at the end of 2013. On average, for merchants who accept mobile transactions, 14 percent of their transactions come through the mobile channel, the study found. Unfortunately, 21 percent of the fraud that hits those merchants comes by way of mobile - including fraudulent transactions and fraudulent refund requests. Worse still, for every dollar of direct loss from fraud, the total cost was $3.34. That's up 18 percent in the past year, compared with a 15 percent drop in the the costs of e-commerce fraud, to a cost of $2.62 per dollar of fraud. That's due in part to improved fraud-fighting techniques for conventional e-commerce, but it's also because more physical goods are being purchased via mobile - in the past, a higher percentage of purchases were for digital goods. pymnts.com

Study: 55 Percent of Retailers Say Mobile To Drive In-Store Sales

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Update - Manhattan DA announces hundreds of charges against $700,000 Apple gift card identity theft ring led by 4 Apple employees and Dental office receptionist  Following an investigation led by the Manhattan DA's Cybercrime and Identity Theft Bureau, five individuals were arrested for allegedly stealing personal data belonging to 200 victims, which let them steal thousands of dollars through a credit card scheme, according to a release by Vance's office. The Manhattan (NYC) district attorney announced indictments today against four former Apple retail store employees and a dental office receptionist, accusing them of defrauding Barclays Bank of of $700,000 through fraudulently-obtained Apple gift cards. The alleged scheme included employees from stores in New York state and New Jersey, and originated with stolen personal information from over 250 dental patients. The personal information was used to obtain instant on-line credit from Barclays which, in turn, was used to purchase Apple gift cards, ultimately used to buy Apple products at retail stores. The indictment contains 394 counts against the five people, and took two and a half years to untangle. Indicted were Devin Bazile, 30, Sharniqkwa Dukes, 24, and Joshua Haughton, 28, all working at unnamed stores. Also indicted was Ahmeen Evans, 26 of the Short Hills store, and Annie Vuong, 27, a dental receptionist. According to the DA, between May and September 2012 Vuong fed patients information to Bazile, who used it to obtain instant credit from Barclay's on-line Web site. The credit authorization codes could have been directly used to buy Apple products. But the indictment says Bazile shared the codes with Haughton, and the two fed the codes to Dukes and Evans in order to help conceal the original fraud. Dukes and Evans allegedly purchased Apple gift cards to further conceal the fraud. The DA's statement doesn't say who later used the gift cards to make purchases of Apple products that ranged from $2,000 to $7,000. Interestingly, in his statement DA Cyrus Vance Jr. said, "Using stolen information to purchase Apple products is one of the most common schemes employed by cybercrime and identity theft rings today." He added that it takes just one insider to set an identity theft ring in motion, "which then tries to monetize the stolen information by purchasing Apple goods for resale or personal use."  scmagazine.com manhattanda.org

Fencing Operation busted in Delaware County - 'Two Stash' houses may be connected - Stolen goods from Jersey -Pittsburgh - Virginia  Investigators say the search of a home in Lansdowne, Delaware County on Thursday is connected to an alleged stash house discovered in North Philadelphia back in January. Police in Upper Merion, Montgomery County are leading the investigation and were present for both searches. In a statement issued late Thursday, Upper Merion police said the Lansdowne search came from information gathered during the raid in North Philadelphia. Inside the home on Greenwood Avenue in Lansdowne, police said they found stolen merchandise from Toys R Us, Lowes and a number of other stores from across the region. Following the raid in North Philadelphia, police had said they found items stolen from the King of Prussia area, along with New Jersey, Pittsburgh and Virginia. Inside the home on Opal Street in North Philadelphia, police said they found items ranging from a hot water heater to crystal lamps. Investigators now say they believe this is an "organized retail theft operation" and a number of arrests are possible.  6abc.com

ORC couple arrested in multi-state refund scheme in OK hitting Tractor Supply Stores  Tractor Supply locations across the country were on high alert after several stores were targeted by a fraud ring. According to the corporate internal loss prevention bulletin, 36-year-old Wendy Brewer and 36-year-old Justin Reed were part of a large refund fraud ring, which began in December. Over the past 45 days, stores in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee were allegedly targeted by the pair. The company identified Brewer and Reed as the ones behind the scheme. Authorities say Reed would call the store claiming to have a bottle of weed killer that didn't work. Once the pair arrived at a store, police say Brewer would enter the store and ask where the weed killer was stored. Then the pair would take a bottle to the cash register to get a refund of $100. On Tuesday, police were called to Tractor Supply in Ponca City after employees inside the store noticed two customers who fit the couple's descriptions. Police arrested Reed and Brewer for obtaining cash by false pretenses.  kfor.com

ORC Trio traveling Southwest coast Florida on the loose in rental car  North Port Police responded Sunday to thefts at Sports Authority and Ulta Beauty in the Cocoplum Plaza. Three people filled Dillard's bags with items from Sports Authority, then left without paying. They put the bags into a silver Dodge Journey and removed the Florida tag 0005LCF from the back of the vehicle, which was a rental, according to police. The individuals then went next door to Ulta, placing perfum and cologne into three Ulta bags, according to police. The suspects ran outside and got into the vehicle. They headed north on U.S. 41. Anyone with information can contact Detective Sean Viara at 941-429-7322, sviara@northportpd.com or intel@northportpd.com.  heraldtribune.com

Professional Romanian Shoplifting Gang of 4 with over 50 convictions jailed in the UK  A gang of professional thieves who travelled the country stealing high value items from shops and supermarkets have been allowed to remain in the UK, after a judge ruled she was unable to deport them. One of the Romanian men has previously been returned to his homeland under a voluntary deportation after serving a prison sentence for thefts in the UK. The four, who have more than 50 convictions of theft between them in towns and cities across the country, have been behind bars since their arrest following the Fulwood theft on December 21. Judge Heather Lloyd said she could not deport the four as their sentences were shorter than 12 months but said any future sentencing judge would look at the issue, should they return to court. lep.co.uk

Stop & Shop Pharmacy Intern in Agawam, MA accused of stealing thousands of hydrocodone pills  A Suffield, Conn. woman has been arrested after a security officer allegedly witnessed her pocket hundreds of pain killers behind the counter at a Stop & Shop pharmacy in Agawam. Kristine Kiely, 26, was arraigned in Westfield District Court Thursday on charges of larceny over $250 by a single scheme, a felony. Kiely, who court documents identify as an intern at the pharmacy inside the Stop & Shop at 1282 Springfield St., reportedly stole at least 16 bottles of hydrocodone over six months. Kiely is accused of taking the pills on 14 different dates in early 2014 and late 2013. Each bottle of hydrocodone, An opioid and painkiller derived from codeine, contained 100 pills. Most incidents of theft were captured by store security cameras. masslive.com

Police Charge Man in Theft of $700 Worth of Formula From Pathmark in Berwyn, NJ 

Man stole 36 bottles of cough syrup from CVS in Meriden, CT

Serial shoplifter rips off license plate as she flees from Kohl's in Whitehall Township, PA

Tennessee couple accused of stealing 57 Blocks of Cheese from Walmart

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Update: Armed Robbers that Stormed SF Tiffany's Store Dressed As Construction Workers, Steal Jewelry  NBC Bay Area notes that police are examining surveillance video, but identifying these guys will be tough, because they weren't stupid about this. They all came into the store dressed as construction workers, wearing jeans, t-shirts, reflective vests, and face masks, and were thus able to walk out of the store without rousing suspicion.  sfist.com

Shoplifting couple 'beat up' LP officers at Boscov's Wed. night when trying to stop them in Susquehanna Valley Mall  Troopers say the man punched a male officer, and the woman "smacked" a female officer inside the Susquehanna Valley Mall near Selinsgrove Wednesday. State police believe the alleged crooks live in the Sunbury area. wnep.com

Family of shoplifters busted at Bridgewater Mall, N.J.
A Newark woman who authorities say went on a shoplifting spree with two of her daughters -- ages 14 and 18 -- at the Bridgewater Commons mall has been indicted on endangering the welfare of a child and shoplifting. She and her daughters were caught with just under $1,900 worth of stolen merchandise, officials said after hitting Lord & Taylor. and Bloomingdales. nj.com

Southington, CT Police arrest 3 men in a $240,000 Target burglary, lead police on two-hour pursuit  A late night burglary report from the Target store in Southington led police on a lengthy foot pursuit, ending with the arrest of three Pennsylvania men suspected of cutting open doors to burglarize more than a dozen Target stores on the East Coast. When Southington police responded to the 600 Executive Blvd. store at about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, officers found a hole in one of the building's rear metal doors, according to Sgt. Jeffrey Dobratz. The method of gaining entry was similar to burglaries at more than a dozen stores along the East Coast, in Florida and Texas, he said. The suspects have focused on entering through rear truck doors and have "always impacted high value electronics and cell phones," the police report said. The merchandise loss to Target is estimated at $240,000. Target's surveillance staff notified Southington police about the burglary in progress, Dobratz said. The staff reported seeing masked men inside the electronics department of the store. myrecordjournal.com

Fresno burglar shimmied down rope from roof of Marlene's jewelry store in Fresno, CA  Fresno police say a creative burglar broke into a Southeast Fresno jewelry store and he knew exactly what he was doing. It happened near Kings Canyon and Clovis. Marlene's jewelry has been hit four times within the last year. And while this last time is unique, it has the owner wondering what else she could possibly do to protect herself. The surveillance images are clear. The thief drops down into the store from the ceiling. He then uses a rope to climb down. He seems to know exactly where to go and what to grab. Even police admit the entire job is odd. abc30.com

Houston Cash store Robbers' latest gimmick: Bypass security by climbing into ceiling  Houston police are asking the public's help in identifying three or four young men wanted in at least four robberies of check-cashing businesses in the past month. According to surveillance video in each incident, the suspects tried at first to pry open the door to the security booth with a crowbar but ultimately gained entry when one of them went through the ceiling to bypass the security door and let the others inside. chron.com

$12 Million in fake Super Bowl merchandise seized at Greater Cincinnati international mail facility in 'Operation Super Fake' 

Whole Foods Market Manager in Framingham, MA makes up Armed Robbery story, steals $34,000

MWC Police Seek Man Accused Of Using Counterfeit Credit Cards That Took Picture of Himself in Photo Booth Before Leaving

2 Women busted using stolen credit cards at Bed Bath & Beyond in Hobart, IN

Mom turns in son after seeing police Facebook posting - stole $670 of PlayStations from Casselberry Target

New York smuggler has 260 cartons of out-of-state cigarettes on I-78 in PA

Flagstaff, AZ Police seeks leads in Walmart credit card fraud case

Two Sears employees in Rexburg, ID charged in felony thefts

Gucci employee at South Coast Plaza cited for placing camera in store's restroom

Bozeman, MT Newspaper delivery employee accused of stealing $11,000 in Gift Cards and merchandise 

Detectives track down suspect in Robbery of Waldorf, MD jewelry store

Sunglasses thief nabbed after second shoplifting spree in Palm Beach, FL

●  AT&T - Peachtree City, GA - Armed Robbery
●  CVS - Raleigh, NC - Robbery
●  Dollar General - Galloway, NJ - Burglary
●  Dollar General - Sharon, PA - Armed Robbery
●  Dollar General - Middlefield, OH - Armed Robbery
●  Family Dollar - Middlefield, OH - Armed Robbery
●  Fiesta Foods - Pasco, WA - Shooting
●  Food Co. Fresno, CA - Robbery
●  Grab N Go - Kansas City, KS - Aggravated Burglary
●  Lascassas Drug - Lascassas, TN - Armed Robbery/ Shooting
●  Little General - Gauley Ridge, WV - Armed Robbery
●  Mary's Fabulous Chicken - Ann Arbor, MI - Armed Robbery
●  Sally Beauty - Winston-Salem, NC - Armed Robbery
●  Star Mart - Killeen, TX - Armed Robbery
●  Target - Bakersfield, CA - Theft
●  Walgreens - Ralston, NE - Armed Robbery
●  7-Eleven - Wildwood, NJ - Armed Robbery



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