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 February 12, 2015


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LP Hearts in Action
Check out the new video from the USS Foundation about a wonderful series of events to surprise and delight children in need. A free bicycle for every kid in entire neighborhoods! Warm holiday meals for the homeless & presents for their children! Santa surprise for little patients recovering from serious illnesses! The USS Foundation has been busy this past holiday season, and its new video shows why. Watch the video here.

6 ways President Obama and Congress can improve cybersecurity
Protecting their businesses and customers from cyberattacks is of paramount importance to retailers. And in today's world, it's going to take the highest level of collaboration and coordination to make sure we do it right - government, businesses, industry stakeholders and law enforcement alike. This week NRF will attend President Obama's Cybersecurity Summit at Stanford University. We want to make sure the president and Congress know what it's going to take to fight these criminals - together. This open letter outlines achievable solutions we - and every industry with a stake in the issue - must work toward in order to better protect our customers, empower our members and effectively safeguard America's cyberspace against criminal hackers. OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT OBAMA ON DEFENDING AGAINST CYBER ATTACKS nrf.com

Some skeptical of Monroeville Mall safety policy, concerned it targets Black youth & may lead to racial profiling  Many in the Black community are skeptical of, and yet concerned about, new safety measures that will be implemented at Monroeville Mall after a tragic incident that took place at the crowded mall this past weekend. The third incident to take place in two months. Along with skepticism of the new measures comes concern that they will be used to unjustly profile Black youth who visit the mall. Kenneth Huston, president of the Allegheny East Unit of the NAACP, which represents the areas of Monroeville, Murrysville, Plum, Pitcairn and Wilmerding, said the new security measures are a good step, but is concerned that they may lead to racial profiling. newpittsburghcourieronline.com

Woman killed herself after being filmed shoplifting by 'caught on camera' TV crew in London at TK Maxx  'Dreading exposures': Elizabeth Outram hanged herself at home in Hackney on her 30th birthday. Her sister said she was "hounded" by a TV production company. Poplar coroners' court heard how Miss Outram had suffered from depression, anxiety and panic attacks since 2007 but her condition had stabilized by last summer when she went to a friend's hen party in Brighton. Unable to afford a leather jacket for the rock-themed night, she switched price tags in a TK Maxx store but was detained at the till and subsequently charged with fraud.

The incident was captured by a TV production company who were filming in the shop for a reality show. Miss Outram's sister Alexandra, 31, told the inquest: "She was traumatized by it and even further she was filmed by a production company. They hounded her, kept sending her messages and calling her, she told them she was receiving psychiatric treatment and she wasn't well but it was just ignored."

Ms Outram, an advertising account executive, today told the Standard that her sister "thought her life was over. She was so embarrassed to even tell me... When she was taken into the back room and questioned they were filming her. She said 'You can't film me' and they said 'We can'. She said she was ill but they did not call her carer - me. "Afterwards they sent her messages telling her they could use it and they were going to."

Her sister attempted suicide the first time on August 14 when she was due in court on charges of fraud, overdosing on antidepressants. A month later she took her own life, leaving a note asking to be buried alongside her father in the City of London Crematorium.

Miss Outram, whose mother died of cancer when she was a child, wrote: "I don't need to say anything else, it's all been said and done."

Consultant psychiatrist Nicholas Price told the inquest he had noticed a deterioration in Miss Outram's condition after her arrest. He said: "She cared very much about her reputation and she felt that this was a terrible blow." Ms Outram said after her sister's death the production company assured her they would not broadcast the footage.

Recording a verdict of suicide, coroner Mary Elizabeth Hassell said: "She was 30 and reflecting on her life. She had an appalling experience and was dreading exposure on national TV. Editor's Note: A few years ago this writer was involved in trying to help a Hollywood studio do the exact same thing and now regret even the thought. standard.co.uk

Former fraudster and JD Sports LP Director collude over crime prevention  Tony Sales - the man the British media famously dubbed "Britain's Greatest Fraudster" - and Tim Edwards, Director of Loss Protection at JD Sports & Fashion Group Plc., will be taking to the stage at Retail Fraud - London... for a joint presentation. The two, whose enmity was once legendary on the international Loss Prevention circuit, will be presenting the results of their independent testing and evaluation of Agon's new Concept Tag. In January of this year Agon also invited Tony Sales to apply his inside knowledge of how criminals would go about defeating the system to not only test the tag, but the whole supply chain; including the manufacture and distribution of the system's unique de-tagger. Tim Edwards comments: "Over the 18 months we have worked with Agon, we have suggested a number of tweaks that will allow Agon to realise their goal of providing the ultimate EAS tag to the retail community. I am looking forward to sharing the results of our trials."  retailfraud.com

Seek Simplicity in Managing Supply Chain Risk  Companies practicing good risk management will pay particular attention to their supply chains, as problems in this area-be they natural disasters or man-made crises-could have ramifications for business continuity, regulatory oversight, worker safety and company reputation. A webinar Wednesday hosted by the Corporate Responsibility Association highlighted ways companies can shift away from old supply chain management plans that focused solely on cutting costs and didn't adequately plan for situations that could disrupt operations or put the business in the crosshairs of human rights, labor rights and environmental rights organizations. The key, he said, is to keep your supply chain as simple as possible, which is no easy task, especially for those firms with global operations. The more global the supply chain, the more susceptible it is to issues such as damage, theft, problems with agents and third parties and delivery variability, not to mention higher production and transportation costs and lots more documentation and paperwork, said Mr. Sutherland. "Too many touch points means too many opportunities for failure," he said. wsj.com

J.C. Penney expanding Disney shops to additional 116 stores
Currently featured in 565 stores, to an additional 116 stores this year. The retailer also announced a collaboration with the upcoming Disney live-action "Cinderella" movie. Editor's Note; In the last 3 months they've announced the return of their catalog, the reinvention of their salons with third party provider InStyle leading that effort and now 116 more Disney stores. Obviously Ullman's continued plans are rolling out. One must remember that Marvin Ellison is in a self described 'training' period until August when Ullman hands over the reins. chainstoreage.com

Target lays off 550 headquarters employees in Minnesota as it exits Canada
The retailer is also eliminating 170 positions at its tech operations in India that supported the Canadian venture. About 350 of the headquarters job are being eliminated Wednesday, with the remaining employees to be let go after Target's stores in Canada are liquidated. chainstoreage.com

Federal Judge allows 3 civil lawsuits to proceed against Pilot Flying J CEO & Browns Owner - claiming cheated on fuel rebates  The judge dismissed seven cases and allowed three to proceed. The trucking companies claim they were cheated out of fuel rebates and discounts promised by Pilot Flying J, the nation's largest diesel retailer. Meanwhile numerous Pilot executives have been prosecuted and no charges have been laid against the CEO although the investigation continues. foxbuxiness.com

NRF Forecasts Retail Sales to Increase 4.1% Over Last Year

U.S. leads world in skimming fraud - with average loss $50k up from $20k year before

1 Billion Data Records Stolen in 2014

West Coast ports to shut down for four days over upcoming weekend

Retailers Call on White House to Intervene in West Coast Port Dispute

Quarterly Same Store Sales Results
Whole Foods Q1 up 4.5% with sales up 10%
Advanced Auto Q4 up 1% with revenue up 59% - acquired General Parts International
GNC Q4 down 3% with revenue down 0.7%
Cabela's Q4 down 5.5% with revenue up 7.2%

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Agilence reports record year for Retail 20/20 Exception Reporting

Extraordinary customer growth and new product features lead to wide adoption of SaaS-based exception reporting solution

If you are interested in joining the team at Agilence, please visit agilenceinc.com/join-team, or call us at 856-366-1200.

About Agilence
Agilence (www.agilenceinc.com) is the industry leader in next-generation exception-based reporting solutions for retail loss prevention and operations. Agilence develops Retail 20/20, a highly flexible and powerful, cloud-based reporting solution that provides visibility into daily store operations to reduce fraud and operational inefficiencies. Retail 20/20 provides users with a complete view of their business, empowering them to make informed decisions faster, to increase efficiency and improve profit margins across the enterprise. Founded in 2006, Agilence, Inc. is headquartered in Mount Laurel, NJ. To learn more about Agilence, please email sales@agilenceinc.com or call 856-366-1200.



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Universal Surveillance Systems (USS) is known for its innovative products, superior customer service and dedication to giving back through its charitable activities. An industry leader in electronic article surveillance, USS has embraced new technologies like GPS, card access and RFID with the same passion and integrity they've given their legacy EAS tags over the years. In this LPNN interview, Craig Cunningham, VP Business Development, and Ken Rayca, National Accounts Manager, discuss the evolution of security technology and the innovations USS provides retailers to prevent today's sophisticated thieves.

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In this LPNN Quick Take, Joe and Amber are joined by MultiSight's Jackie Andersen, Director, Retail Strategic Accounts. Hear from Jackie about MultiSight's retail-focused video line, its parent company Schneider Electric and what excites her about the current landscape of omni-channeling retail.

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EMV effectiveness driven by implementation quality
Following 2014's high-profile data breaches, U.S. payment card network participants began heavily endorsing Europay, MasterCard, and Visa-EMV-chip cards as an important way to prevent damage from payment card breaches. However, a Gartner analyst found that criminals have taken advantage of poor implementations of EMV chip payment applications, committing extensive fraud that defeats EMV controls for everyone in the payment card ecosystem. "Avoid Pitfalls with Payment Card Security Technologies and PCI," a research note by Avivah Litan, vice-president and distinguished analyst at Gartner, points out some of the hidden problems with payment card security technologies and the payment card industry. By year-end 2015, at least 5% of card issuers will suffer fraud on EMV cards due to improper implementations, up from a handful today. "EMV chip cards, already adopted in the rest of the world, have proven to dramatically reduce counterfeit card fraud because they are significantly harder to clone than magnetic stripe cards, which are still used throughout the United States," Litan writes. "Nevertheless, the adoption of EMV is relatively slow and as a result, payment card network participants must prepare for at least five more years of support for EMV chip as well as magstripe protocols on a single payment card." bankingexchange.com

Many PayPal lookalike phishing websites taken offline

Apple Pay will be embraced by 38% of major retailers by end of 2015, study claims

Midwest Grocer Taps iBeacons To Woo Shoppers



"Operation Powder Burn" Shuts Down Baby Formula Crime Ring  A major organized crime ring accused of stealing thousands of dollars of baby formula from local grocery stores is out of commission thanks to a successful investigation and enforcement action by Scottsdale Police, the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and members of the Arizona Organized Retail Crime Alliance (AZORCA). As a result of their cooperative efforts, dubbed "Operation Powder Burn," 17 defendants are now facing multiple felony counts of organized retail theft, fraudulent schemes, trafficking in stolen property and assisting a criminal syndicate.

"Operation Powder Burn is a prime example of how businesses and law enforcement can work together to shut down criminal organizations," said Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery. "Organized retail crimes of this magnitude harm not only businesses in our community but consumers as well, by reducing inventory and increasing costs. These offenses also provide funds that are frequently used to facilitate other criminal activity," he added.

"Fry's Food Stores is very pleased with the results and the cooperation between law enforcement agencies and the retailers," said Joe Kopelic, Division Loss Prevention Manager for Fry's Food Stores. "These criminals travel and cause harm to our communities and businesses regardless of the city or town and the joint effort is greatly appreciated. We look forward to continued success in these endeavors."

Between September 2013 and January 2014, local grocery stores in multiple cities throughout Maricopa County experienced a dramatic increase in organized retail thefts. The recurring pattern in these incidents involved suspects entering the stores and filling reusable shopping bags or shopping carts with cans of baby formula. The suspects would then exit the store without paying for the formula and leave the scene in a get-away vehicle with the stolen goods. The thefts occurred at numerous stores, including Fry's Safeway, Walmart, Albertson's, Basha's, Winco and Food City.

During the course of their investigation, Loss Prevention Investigators from the affected retailers and Scottsdale Police Detectives learned that Tyler Hanesford (D.O.B. 8/5/1987) taught, directed and paid multiple people to steal the formula and also stole formula himself. Hanesford would then sell the stolen goods to Deborah Lynn Russell (D.O.B. 2/16/1966), who paid an average of $5.64 per can compared to the average retail value of $21.12 per can. On February 13, 2014, investigators served a search warrant at Russell's residence where they discovered and seized more than six thousand cans of baby formula with a retail value of approximately $150,000.

By sharing information and surveillance video through the Arizona Organized Retail Crime Alliance, Loss Prevention Investigators from separate stores were able to provide Scottsdale Police with evidence to identify individual perpetrators and the scope of the crime ring. Detectives were ultimately able to document 94 separate incidents of baby formula thefts from stores in every jurisdiction from Surprise to Apache Junction representing a monetary loss to the retailers of $63,838. The total number of incidents and value of stolen goods attributable to the crime ring is likely much higher.

On August 4, 2014, a Maricopa County Grand Jury handed up a 102-count indictment against Tyler Hanesford, Deborah Russell and 13 accomplices. Two other defendants were charged in a separate indictment. By December, 2014, all the defendants were located and served with the charges. The next scheduled hearing in the case is a case management conference set for February 26, 2015.

An indictment is not evidence of guilt. All defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

Clark County, WA., Sheriff's Office honors deputy who led $2M ORC case
Chris Luque led the investigation that dismantled an organized retail theft ring operating in Washington, Oregon and parts of Nevada that involved over 300 people and more than $2 million in illicit funds. Luque identified the leader of the scheme, 30-year-old Fred James Engh, who was sentenced to 10 years in prison. Once Engh was arrested, local retailers immediately noticed a drop in theft. JC Penney alone saw a 62 percent decrease in the number of returns, according to the sheriff's office. columbian.com

ORC gang of five arrested after police chase after hitting Fred Meyer stealing clothes & TV's in Burien, Wash.  Loss prevention officers at the Burien Fred Meyer noticed repeat offenders stealing clothes from the store and reported the suspects to police, King County Sheriff's Office Sgt. DB Gates said. The Fred Meyer staffers gave suspect and vehicle descriptions to aid deputies in their search. A deputy in the area spotted a car matching the description on state Route 518 and tried to pull the car over, but the car continued down the highway and the deputies gave chase in a four-minute pursuit, Gates said. Deputies arrested three men and two women inside the car. They had reportedly taken televisions from Fred Meyer in the past. seattlepi.com

Retailer's Alert New ORC Ring ID'ed: Police investigate shoplifting ring in the east Valley - Over a dozen hits - Selling Jeans to re-sale shops  Thieves are targeting stores selling high end jeans in the east Valley-- and they're doing their homework before they get there. The incidents happened at two different locations over the years, but Myers recognized their faces were the same. They called other places selling the same kind of jeans and found out they weren't the only targets. They then called a few used clothing stores and found out women matching the description of the suspects were selling their jeans to resale stores across the Valley. Mesa police are still investigating. The store owners say one of the suspects is a blonde woman, and the other is a pale woman with tattoos who dresses like a man when she robs stores.  abc15.com

Fencing Operation: Passaic Co, NJ Sheriff's Office seizes Counterfeit merchandise; selling $400k to $500k in stolen merchandise  The owner of a Main Street clothing store was arrested Tuesday following a three-month investigation that found he was selling stolen and counterfeit clothing and accessories bearing major brand names like Gucci and Louis Vuitton, according to the Passaic County Sheriff's Office. Andres Grullon, 56-year-old, of Clifton, was charged with second-degree counterfeiting and third-degree fencing and receiving stolen property, authorities said. Grullon's store Kaylee G. Fashion in Paterson is estimated to be selling $400,000-$500,000 worth of stolen merchandise annually, authorities said. Authorities said they received complaints from some of the brands Grullon was selling. A representative from Victoria's Secret informed authorities Grullon was selling merchandise that were exclusively sold at the company's stores leading to an investigation. patersontimes.com

Huntsville, AL woman connected to 10 Jewelry Store thefts in Southern California; nearly $50,000  A woman has been arrested in connection with 10 jewelry thefts from high-end Southern California stores, including several in Orange County. Thu Thao Thi Vu, 59, of Huntsville, Ala. has been arrested on multiple counts of commercial burglary, Jennifer Manzella, a spokeswoman for the Newport Beach Police Department, said. Since 2012, Vu has visited California on several occasions, for weeks at a time, Manzella said. She was arrested in Garden Grove on Friday, based on information gathered during the police investigation. Vu is believed to have targeted malls and shopping centers in Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego and San Bernardino counties, where she would use distraction techniques to steal jewelry from high-end department stories, Manzella said. She is suspected of working alone, Manzella said. The value of the stolen items is more than $47,600. During her most recent trip to California, Vu is believed to have frequented a dozen shopping malls and shopping centers, including Fashion Island in Newport Beach, The Outlets at Orange, South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Westfield MainPlace in Santa Ana and Westminster Mall, Manzella said. al.com

ORC man arrested committing 14 frauds at convenience stores in Lansing, MI.

34 diamond rings worth $13K stolen from Rock Hill, SC Walmart

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Civil Demand Associates, Inc., the oldest established civil recovery firm, is acquired by BP Law Group, LLP, to foster growth in loss mitigation

On February 10, 2015, BP Law Group, LLP acquired Civil Demand Associates, Inc. ("CDA"), founded in 1987, the oldest, established civil recovery company. CDA, a pioneer in its industry, was formed to service the retail loss prevention community's growing concerns about deterring shoplifting and employee dishonesty.

Over the past 26 years CDA has grown to establish itself as the premier loss prevention recovery agency, providing excellence in the fields of Civil Demand & Restitution. CDA's mission is to provide outstanding service to its clients in civil recovery; ensure their service is responsive, accurate, and ethical; to enable the industry partnerships to assist clients in managing their loss prevention and recovery programs; foster a great working environment, create technologies that make their services more efficient and accessible; and most of all, to put clients first. CDA's philosophy is to anticipate their clients' needs in the retail loss prevention community and to prepare to facilitate change and to effectively communicate any changes or updates in civil collection laws and challenges.

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One Women Dead, One Injured in Shooting at Willowbrook Mall in Macy's Parking Lot last night at 10 p.m. in Houston  Police say, according to one witness, they saw two women in the pickup truck in the parking lot. At some point, shots were fired, but police don't know or won't say who shot the women. One woman died in the truck. The second woman was transported to the hospital and is in critical but stable condition. Both shootings victims were shot in the head. Police are not sure if it was accidental or if foul play was involved.  abc13.com

Rite Aid LP Agent & Two Accomplice's Convicted of Murder in Chester Rite Aid Robbery & Other Rite Aid Robberies  Tariq Mahmud stared in disbelief Wednesday as the jury foreman answered "Guilty" to the charge of second-degree murder for Mahmud's part in the killing of Rite Aid store manager Jason Scott McClay, a man Mahmud had called his friend. Mahmud, a former Rite Aid loss-prevention officer who was not at the store at the time of the murder, helped coordinate the robbery with inside information. He provided tips on who was working what nights, where the dead spots for surveillance cameras were located, and how much money was in the store. He also was found guilty of robbery and conspiracy. After seven days of trial, with 32 witnesses and 105 exhibits, it took a Delaware County Court jury less than two hours to convict Mahmud, Rita Pultro, and David Wiggins for the Sept. 19, 2013, slaying of McClay during a failed robbery at the Chester store. Two other defendants, Ashaniere White, 21, and Christopher Parks, 24, both also of Philadelphia, had already pleaded guilty to third-degree murder, robbery, and conspiracy, and are expected to be sentenced in March. White helped plan the robberies, and Parks drove the car the night McClay was slain.  philly.com

'Smash and grab' burglary ring of 11 busted in New Brunswick
Authorities have arrested 11 suspects in connection to a series of January convenience store burglaries throughout New Brunswick. Investigators say they've connected the suspects to separate burglaries at the following four New Brunswick convenience stores: • Ultra Care Pharmacy (272 George Street) • Krauszers (50 Bayard Street) • Ultra Care Pharmacy (272 George Street ) • Reyes Grocery (35 Elizabeth Street). The suspects are believed to be involved in similar burglaries in North Brunswick, Piscataway, Bound Brook and Franklin Township, police say. nj.com

Smash-and-grab thieves steal more than $425K in jewels from Woodfield Mall Jared  The men entered the Jared The Galleria of Jewelry, south of the main mall, about 8 p.m. Tuesday, smashed two display cases and made off with the jewels. chicagotribune.com

Seven arrested in fight at Walden Galleria in Cheektowaga, NY  A large fight that broke out inside the Walden Galleria around 3:30 p.m. Wednesday was caught on camera. Cheektowaga Police tell us seven people were arrested and charged with disorderly conduct, and more charges could be on the way. This is the second fight at the mall that was caught on tape in the past three months. In December six people were arrested after they were fighting outside the Galleria's food court. wkbw.com

Diamond-theft mastermind sentenced to fed prison in Oregon; Michael Young was the last of nearly a dozen defendants  The mastermind of an interstate diamond theft ring has been sentenced to 9½ years in federal prison. Michael Young was the last of nearly a dozen defendants sentenced in the case that stretched from Florida to Oregon. The crew led by Young stole expensive diamonds from more than 20 stores, typically by using a grab-and-dash approach. koin.com

Two suspects hit ATM for thousands in Palm Bay, Fla.

Three suspects hitting stores in Opelika, Ala., with stolen credit cards - Home Depot, Target, Grub Mart

Counterfeit $100's being used to buy gift cards in Suffolk County Walgreens - $5k reward

Two suspects burglarize Walmart store for 6 TV's in Indianapolis - pictures released

Las Cruces, NM Police arrest arson suspect in Sears fire at the Mesilla Valley Mall

Investigation under way in Phoenix strip mall fire; 4 small businesses a total loss

4 Armed Robbers hit Check Cashing store near Day Care in Hialeah, FL

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police arrest pair in Harris Teeter robbery

Delaware State Police seek tips to ID trio in 7 armed robberies

Chesterfield, MO shoplifter busted after leaving her Probation appointment card behind 

Walgreens Pharmacy Tech arrested for stealing pills in Naples, FL

Orland Park, IL woman busted for $100 Refund Scam at Speedway Gas Station

El Cajon, CA Police investigate Armed Robbery at Weisfield Jewelers in Parkway Plaza Mall

Two Robbers punch a 65-year-old woman in face in the parking lot of Best Buy in Fenton, MO

Jared The Galleria of Jewelry in Concord, NH reported a Distraction Team who hit for 1 pair of earrings valued at $429

●  Clark - Racine, WI - Burglary
●  Dollar General - Oklahoma City, OK - Armed Robbery
●  Dollar General - Blytheville, AR - Armed Robbery
●  Greenwood Pharmacy - Waterloo, IA - Armed Robbery
●  IDA Pharmacy - Ingleside, ON, CN - Armed Robbery
●  Kohl's - Limerick, PA - Armed Robbery
●  Mama Sue's - Yeaddiss, KY - Armed Robbery
●  Quick Pick - Newport News, VA - Armed Robbery
●  RA Food - Santa Ana, CA - Armed Robbery
●  Rite Aid - Lewiston, ME - Armed Robbery
●  Sprint Mart - Columbus, MS - Armed Robbery/ Kidnapping
●  Tesoro - Spokane, WA - Robbery
●  Walgreens - Lincoln Park, MI - Armed Robbery
●  Walgreens - Dania Beach, FL - Armed Robbery
●  7-Eleven- San Jose, CA - Armed Robbery



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7 Life Changing Leadership Lessons from Lincoln  If you take a look at Abraham Lincoln's presidency and life you can find a bunch of great leadership qualities. Most of his skills are still relevant today. Here are a few lessons that apply to today's leaders. Use your vision

The 8 Instinctive Habits of Remarkable Leaders  Once in a while you meet a leader who just stands out, there's just something about them that sets them apart. These rare individuals didn't learn to be outstanding overnight, it took a lot of work. Here's what you need to do. Give praise

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