NYPD says encrypted "warrant proof" iPhones routinely hinder criminal investigations
Police and prosecutors in New York City said Thursday that the top-notch
encryption technology on Apple mobile phones is now routinely hindering criminal
investigations. And they predicted the problem could grow worse as more
criminals figure out how well the devices keep secrets. Manhattan District
Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. said at a news conference that investigators
cannot access 175 Apple devices sitting in his cybercrime lab because of
encryption embedded in the company's latest operating systems. "They're
warrant proof," he said, adding that the inability to peer inside the
devices was especially problematic because so much evidence once stored in
file cabinets, on paper, and in vaults, is now only on criminals' smartphones.
Vance didn't specify which cases were being hindered. But Police Commissioner
William Bratton said a phone seized in the investigation of the shooting of two
police officers in the Bronx last month is among those detectives can't crack.
Bratton said criminals are increasingly aware of the protection offered by their
devices. He said a prisoner in a city jail was recently recorded saying in a
phone call that iPhone encryption was "another gift from God."
Vance said investigators have relied on phone data to investigate killings,
child pornography, robbery and identity theft. He said that might include
checking a suspect's contact list to get the names of witnesses or conspirators,
or viewing incriminating videos and photographs.
Apple Faces U.S. Demand to Unlock 9 More iPhones
The Justice Department is demanding Apple's help in unlocking at least nine iPhones nationwide in addition to the phone used by one of the San Bernardino,
Calif., attackers. The disclosure appears to buttress the company's concerns
that the dispute could pose a threat to encryption safeguards that goes well
beyond the single California case. Apple is fighting the government's demands in
at least seven of the other nine cases, Marc J. Zwillinger, a lawyer for the
company, said in a letter unsealed in federal court on Tuesday.
Lives Matter protesters join Chicago Apple store rally
Rallies took place Tuesday evening at Apple stores in Chicago and in cities
across the world to protest a court order forcing the tech giant to help the FBI
hack into a locked iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists. But
most of the protesters in Chicago were not there to support Apple but, instead,
to call for Mayor Rahm Emanuel's resignation after the Laquan McDonald shooting.
Shortly before 6 p.m., protesters scuffled with police who tried to keep them
from blocking the entrance to the Apple store on Michigan Avenue. At least
one person was arrested.
Apple Corps at Fashion Valley: 'First Your Phone, Then Your Home'
Chanting "First your phone, then your home" and "Thank you, Tim Cook," as many
as 30 people rallied at Fashion Valley's Apple store Tuesday in support of
Apple's decision to fight FBI efforts to unlock the iPhone's privacy code. The
peaceful hourlong protest - part of a national series of rallies - began at 5:30
p.m. with a handful of people holding signs and speaking passionately about a
slippery slope and government encroachment into citizens' privacy.
Alabama Fast-Food Workers Rally To Defend City's Wage Hike
A coalition of fast-food workers, clergy and advocates rallied at the state
capitol in Montgomery, Ala., Tuesday as a fight escalated in the state over a
proposed minimum wage. Alabama has no minimum wage, and last year, the
Birmingham City Council voted to approve an increase from $7.25 (the federal
minimum wage that most employers go by) to $10.10 an hour in the future. But a
bill filed in the Alabama Legislature on Feb. 11, if passed, would prevent the
city from establishing its own minimum wage, which would block the proposed
CA: CarMax employee killed in crash during Test Drive; Driver charged
A CarMax employee was killed during a test drive after the driver crashed into a
tree in Ontario, California on Tuesday. Authorities stated a red Chevrolet
Corvette was traveling at a high rate of speed during a test drive when it hit a
tree. Police said the CarMax employee, Warren Smale, 43, died from his injuries.
The man test driving the car, Alex Demetro, 28, was arrested and charged with
vehicular manslaughter and felony driving under the influence of drugs.
Uber's algorithms could spot crimes in progress
The news out of Kalamazoo, Mich., this past weekend was grim: Authorities say
Jason Brian Dalton, an Uber driver, shot and killed at least six people in
different locations in the space of a few hours. Chillingly, Dalton apparently
took several fares in between his alleged attacks. The case raises difficult
questions about Uber's responsibility toward passengers and the public. For
example, could the company have prevented Dalton's crimes? And if so, how should Uber and regulators respond? More stringent background checks are one option,
but they can be discriminatory. They also quickly lead to diminishing returns,
since they measure past behavior, and it is incredibly difficult, even based on
current behavior, to predict who will become a mass shooter. There is one thing
Uber probably could do using its existing technology and the massive amounts of
data it already collects about its drivers and passengers: The company could
spot crimes in progress by their drivers as they take place.
ASIS Webinar Next Wednesday: 'Leveraging Technology to Align Security with Corporate Strategy'
The security function no longer operates around or alongside the core business -
it is integral to it. To be a leader in the discipline requires systemic
thinking, innovative problem solving, and a customer-centric drive to create
value for every stakeholder. The single greatest opportunity to create that
value is to leverage the emerging technology that is transforming business
infrastructure. Join Security Management and Quantum Secure for a fast-paced
conversation on how security is positioned to fulfill its role as a strategic
partner and lead the way on organizational transformation. This webinar will
be held on March 2nd at 2:00 ET.
Learn more here.
Danville, CA Police Department to Hold Retail Safety Event for Local Businesses
Danville business owners are encouraged to get the facts on how to prevent
retail theft at a class being put on by the Town of Danville and Danville Police
Department. The free Retail Safety Seminar is scheduled for 6:30 p.m - 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, February 25, 2016 at the Veterans Memorial Building, 400 Hartz Ave.
Officers from the Danville Police Department will be on hand to provide
information on loss prevention, detecting counterfeit currency, local crime
trends and other issues. A Q&A panel will be held following the presentation.
The future of American shopping malls is looking increasingly bleak
American malls might be doomed. Anchor stores like Macy's, Sears, and JCPenney
have been closing stores. When these huge stores close, it can kill traffic for
the entire shopping mall and lead to the entire center's demise over time. For
many retailers, the only option is to become discounting centers similar to TJ
Maxx or Ross Stores.
"The outlet stores that most of the department stores are currently rushing to
build will, in the future, become ubiquitous clearance centers for their mono
brand tenants," retail expert Mark Cohen wrote on
The Robin Report. "Necessarily, many of today's traditional department
stores' doors will have to close."
Cohen predicts that many American shopping malls will eventually turn into
bare-bones outlet centers. That scenario is already playing out at Macy's and
Nordstrom. Macy's is putting discount stores in its full line stores, where
apparel will be sold for up to 80% off. And that's just on top of the already
dire state of American malls. In 2015, Fortune reported that around 300 malls
could close in the following decade, citing Green Street Advisors.
Wal-Mart Sued Over Parmesan Cheese With Wood Pulp Filler
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. was accused in a lawsuit of defrauding customers by selling
Parmesan cheese touted as pure that contained wood pulp as filler. The world's
largest retailer stocked its New York stores' shelves with containers labeled
"100% Grated Parmesan Cheese," but tests showed Wal-Mart's Great Value brand
contained as much as 10 percent cellulose, a wood based anti-clumping agent,
according to a complaint filed Tuesday in Manhattan federal court.
Aldi to open 45 stores in Southern California this year
Macy's closes books on 'challenging' 2015; will expand beauty, off-price chains
Back from the dead: 13 retailers get another shot
Meet the robot built to deliver your shopping
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TJX Q4 comp's up 6% with net sales up 8%
Lowe's Q4 comp's up 5.2% with net sales up 5.6%
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Target Q4 comp's up 1.9% with sales down 0.6%
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How Organized Crime Rings are amassing bot armies for Password-Cracking Attacks
on personal accounts in retail
Account takeover attacks (ATO) are a very lucrative business for
cybercriminals. They fuel the underground fraud-as-a-service economy with
compromised accounts, which are sold or exchanged for a variety of downstream
attacks involving retailers, financial services, reward programs, mobile games,
and other consumer-facing services. Based on the number of data breaches that
took place in 2015, it's likely that the stolen credentials will be used
heavily toward ATO attacks in 2016.
What makes ATO attacks so dangerous is that they target accounts that are
created by real users. Unlike mass-registered fake accounts, they contain
valuable information such as financial data, and their activities are less
likely to raise the suspicion of security solutions. According to a recent Trend
Micro report, a single compromised account is worth upward of $3 each on the
underground market. That's more than 17 times the price of a stolen credit card
number, which is only 22 cents.
Organized crime rings are performing account takeover at scale by leveraging
massive bot armies to attempt password-cracking attacks at various
consumer-facing websites. Just how big are these armies? In a mass ATO attack
the DataVisor team recently discovered at a large retailer website, bot
armies made more than 300,000 login attempts from thousands of IP addresses in
the course of a single day. Each IP address was used to attempt logins to
approximately 100 distinct user accounts, with a different browser cookie used
for every login, likely to skirt security solutions based on device tracking.
Phishing remains top attack vector for criminals, both novice and professional
A new report from PhishLabs shows that Phishing remains the easiest and the most
productive attack vector used by criminals. This is the first time PhishLabs has
released a report of this type, and while the data shows what some might already
know (namely that humans are soft target), the report highlights some
interesting trends that have emerged over the years.
Retailers making security simple with Point-to-Point encryption
In order to remain compliant with PCI standards, many Chip and PIN devices will
need to be upgraded periodically by retailers, which can end up being a
significant investment for any business owner. To meet these ends, retailers
must look towards Point-to-Point encryption (P2Pe). P2Pe is a set of security
domains that is quickly on its way to becoming an industry standard, and
provides a significant reduction of retailers' scope of PCI compliance. It
involves using encryption technology to encrypt payment card data at the moment
it is inserted into a PIN entry device (PED), meaning the encryption is executed
before the data is even sent to the payment service provider.
The most enticing argument in favour of P2Pe adoption has been its ability to
greatly reduce the scope of PCI DSS requirements that retailers are responsible
for following, as it transfers much of the responsibility to the payment
solution or service provider.
Employee Background Screening ranked top security measure in protecting
company's digital data
Research on executives looking to defend their companies against cyber criminals
has revealed a vulnerability both known to business executives and, at the same
time, frequently overlooked. In a recent survey of 337 business professionals
across all sectors of the economy commissioned by First Advantage, 60 percent
said the most important security control they could put in place to protect
their company's digital data was employee background screening; 53 percent
said it was anti-malware, while 39 percent cited physical security and physical
'Retailers need to resolve chip card situation' - Only an estimated 37% of
locations are able to accept new cards
According to a report on Business Wire, only an estimated 37 percent of U.S.
merchant locations are currently able to accept the chip-enabled cards. We've
noticed that many Yuma retail locations now have devices with the ability to
accept the microchip cards, but not every business has the devices in use. Some
in Yuma, such as Target, Michael's and Walmart, are good to go. However, we've
noticed other businesses of varying sizes that have taped notes over the opening
for the microchip reader, indicating to shoppers that the machines aren't quite
ready for use. Business Wire reports that nationwide, there are a variety of
reasons for this: "payment processor readiness, gateway readiness, and technical
staff resource availability." We should also consider the time crunch of the
situation. With so many businesses attempting to adopt new equipment at
essentially the same time, there's bound to be some hang-ups and delays.
Offender, Shopper and Employee Feedback Study: Turtle
The Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) conducted a series of in-person
survey interviews in the Gainesville, FL. Big Box retailer StoreLab in order to
understand the impact of the
Turtle on associates, shoppers and shoplifters.
This research focused on the Turtle's impact on protecting DEWALT Power Drills,
one of the Big Box retailer's high-loss products.
● 100% of associates agreed that the Turtle is effective in deterring theft.
● 100% of associates strongly agree that the Turtle is not disruptive to their
● 85% of the offenders said they would not steal the product if it was protected
by the Turtle.
● Over 90% of shoplifters noticed the Turtle and all of them understood the
purpose of the Turtle.
● 90% of customers believe the Turtle is effective at preventing theft.
● 97% of customers stated that the presence of the Turtle did not have a negative
impact on their shopping experience.
Click here to download the case study.
Click the video above to watch ILP's Turtle in action!
2016 NRF PROTECT Awards
You're Great at Identifying Criminals.
Can you Also Spot a Winner?
are now being accepted for the 2016 NRF PROTECT Awards, the most prestigious
loss prevention and asset protection recognition in the retail industry. Help us
celebrate our successes and recognize the hard work and talent within our ranks.
Submit your nomination to acknowledge LP professionals and law enforcement
officers who have made an impact on the community and retail industry.
Nominations are open until March 22, 2016. If you have any questions,
contact us at NRFPROTECTAwards@nrf.com.
Nominate a winner!
Ring of Excellence
This award recognizes a loss prevention professional whose career achievements
and outstanding leadership have shaped the retail industry throughout their
years of service. The Ring of Excellence award winner receives one complimentary
full conference pass, hotel accommodations and round trip airfare within the
United States to travel to and from NRF PROTECT 2016.
LP Volunteers in Action
This recognition program acknowledges loss prevention teams making significant
and measurable contributions to charitable organizations in their community.
Learn how LP teams from 7-Eleven, Delhaize Group, Macy's and Old Navy, the 2015
recipients, made an impact. Or, see how the 2014 loss prevention teams from
Barnes and Noble, Kroger and L Brands made a difference.
Loss Prevention Case of
This award spotlights LP professionals whose work has made a significant impact
on their company, community and the retail industry, and was successfully
adjudicated. The honoree receives one complimentary full conference pass, hotel
accommodations and round trip airfare within the U.S. to travel to and from NRF
Law Enforcement Retail
Partnership Award (LERPA)
This honor recognizes law enforcement professionals or agencies who have gone
above and beyond the call of duty to support the retail industry. Up to two
LERPA honorees will receive a complimentary full conference pass, hotel
accommodations and round trip airfare within the U.S. to travel to and from NRF
America's Top Cop
Father' of Public Law Enforcement's ORC Efforts
William Bratton's speech
to the LP community
On Jan. 18th,
New York Police Commissioner William Bratton spoke to retail loss prevention executives at the D&D Daily's "Live in NYC 2016
at the NRF Big Show" event. In his speech, Bratton talks about NYC's new ORC
efforts, asking retailers to get involved and help in the fight against the
growing threat of organized retail crime.
From his support and funding of the nation's largest ORC association and
conference in Los Angeles, to his current efforts in authorizing the formation
of New York City's first Metro ORC effort, learn about Commissioner Bratton's
commitment to public-private crime-fighting partnerships nationwide.
Watch Bratton's speech here.
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Getting Short to Prep for Post-EMV Online Fraud
The expected 100% growth in card not present (CNP) fraud by 2018 threatens small
and medium businesses as well as enterprises, and companies need to shore up
their data and customer analytics now to stem the tide.
That's a huge number, more than double the expected 2015 CNP fraud total, but
history supports it. CNP fraud rates have gone up dramatically in every region
that has already implemented EMV technology. Five-year rates for
card-not-present fraud rose by 100% in the UK, 233% in Canada, and more than
360% in France after EMV adoption. How can US merchants guard against this
incoming wave of CNP fraud?
Verify your transaction data
Work with a payment service provider that offers comprehensive tools for
authentication of identity, address, and card data. As more criminals move into
CNP, it's crucial that your business has access to the most up to date methods
for spotting stolen card numbers and stolen identities.
Analyze your customers' behavior
Of course, skilled criminals can produce authentic-looking data to push a
fraudulent transaction through. Behavioral analytics can combat that by
evaluating customer behavior in real time.
Hide all transaction data
Now is the time to review your company's overall data security practices,
especially transaction data transmissions. The easiest way to ensure ongoing
PCI-DSS compliance is to partner with your payment service provider, who should
be able to give you the tools and advice needed to validate compliance. Other
strong data-protection tools are tokenization and encryption-and merchants can't
just assume they're automatically provided by their payment gateway.
Adapt as the landscape evolves
Two-factor authentication was supposed to be a widely adopted tool for data
security, but it creates friction that leads some customers to abandon their
carts or pay by methods that don't require the extra authentication step, and
many cardholders never opt in. Now 3D Secure, the authentication protocol that
underpins Verified by Visa, MasterCard SecureCode and Amex SafeKey, is moving
toward risk-based authentication based on real-time analysis of transaction
Mobile App, Wallet Security Top of Mind for Retailers
When it comes to mobile app and mobile wallet payment solutions nearly three
quarters of retailers are most concerned with security features, reveals a new
survey. Payment security was cited by 72 percent of retailers polled, with
integrated loyalty options coming in second place with 71 percent, and seamless
ordering, 55 percent, as the third of the top three features wanted in mobile
apps. With regard to mobile wallet technology, 75 percent of respondents
highlighted payment security as the most important feature, followed by
integrated loyalty/rewards (55 percent) and mobile ordering (46 percent).
"Regardless of the channel, our survey results demonstrate that payment security
is a core area of concern, particularly around tokenization and point-to-point
PayPal embraces NFC
Mobile sales double for Macy's in fiscal 2015
Barnes & Noble draws up a digital prototype store to integrate offline and
Target's e-commerce growth outpaces Wal-Mart and Amazon
Amazon, Toys 'R' Us and Target all stop selling
hoverboards after government cracks down on the popular toy due to fire risks
Evanston, IL: Former OfficeMax employee charged with $7,400 forgery |
A 39-year-old former OfficeMax employee who reportedly stole $7,400 from the
store over a three-month period was charged with forgery Monday, police said.
The loss prevention manager of the store, 2255 Howard St., reported the thefts
to police Dec. 15, Evanston Police Department said. The employee was initially
questioned at the time, but the Cook County State's Attorney's Office requested
additional supporting documentation which it obtained more recently.
Beach, FL: Macy's employee stole $5,000 from store to buy girlfriend gifts
A Macy's cashier stole about $5,000 from the store to try and buy an engagement
ring and baby clothes for his pregnant girlfriend, according to a Boynton Beach
Police arrest report. Daniel Exalus, 30, of Boynton Beach, faces fraud and grand
theft charges. Police arrested him Monday. Earlier that day, a security officer
called police after using the store's monitoring system to find money was
missing from registers after Exalus had logged into them. He first made seven
fake payments to his account ranging from $100 to $2,000. In other occasions, he
would take cash from a customer but pocket the money once the customer left,
according to the report.
Seguin, TX: Three charged with Organized Retail Theft from Walmart, Hastings and
The Home Depot
Police continue to investigate an early morning theft Feb. 17 at the Walmart
store on S.H. 123 in Seguin, which resulted in these suspects being arrested and
transported to the Guadalupe County Jail: Sabra Hale, 26, Daniel Allen Lewis,
37, and Bradley Brietzke, 22, all charged with Organized Retail Theft. According
to Seguin Police Department, officers responded to Walmart just after 2 a.m. on
Feb 17 for a report that a man and woman left with unpaid merchandise. Officers
caught up with the suspects a short time later and discovered $2,337.63 in
stolen items from Walmart, approximately $600 in goods from Hastings in San
Marcos, and $698 in stolen property from Home Depot in Seguin.
Franklin, TN: Credit card stolen at restaurant used minutes later
for $3,000 in purchases
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information
leading to the identification and arrest of two women, wanted for using stolen
credit cards at the Cool Springs Target. On Feb. 11, the victim's wallet was
stolen from her purse while visiting an area restaurant. Immediately following
the theft, the suspects used her stolen credit cards to fraudulently purchase
nearly $3,000 in merchandise.
Williamsburg, VA: Woman accused of stealing over $500 of merchandise
from Sunglass Hut and Michael Kors
Sandra Christina Bardaro is charged with larceny and shoplifting after police
say a video shows her stealing two pairs of sunglasses from Sunglass Hut valued
at $404. When police talked to Bardaro, she admitted to stealing $135 of
merchandise from Michael Kors as well and items from other stores.
Early Co, GA: Four caught on multiple counts of Credit Card Fraud
Four suspects from the Atlanta area were charged with multiple counts of credit
card fraud in South Georgia. Deputies found them at a house on Liberty Street.
Officials said Kenneth Carthan, Michael Britt, Taylor Hamm and Melissa Jones
were traveling in an overdue rented GMC Denali. Officers seized two guns, one
with an altered serial number. Investigators think the four likely committed
crimes in other areas.
Delaware woman arrested for shoplifting game controllers
On Feb. 18, Easton Police said officers responded to Walmart for a report of a
theft in progress. Police said officers searched Amy Lynn Lane and found four
Xbox One controllers and three Wii controllers, needles, spoons and a package
containing suspected heroin residue.
Tampa, FL: Police Investigating $500 Tool Theft
from Sears at University Mall
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FL: No Injuries in Police-Involved Shooting at Dadeland Mall
An investigation is ongoing after Miami-Dade Police opened fire at a man who was
attempting to escape police following an altercation with his wife at Dadeland
Mall Tuesday night. Police say 36-year-old Michael Guzman was at dinner with his
wife and relatives around 9:40 p.m. when he and his wife got into a verbal
argument. Guzman started pulling the victim by her arms to remove her from the
table. A family member who was on their way out exited their vehicle to assist
her. Guzman then pushed his wife into that vehicle and drove away. The woman
opened the passenger door and jumped out of the moving vehicle. Police
immediately responded to the scene. Guzman ignored Officers commands to stop and
drove directly towards Detectives, prompting one of the detectives to open fire.
Milpitas, CA: Gun Burglary Suspect Surrenders After Standoff
in Milpitas Gun Store, Three Suspects Arrested
A gun store burglary suspect surrendered peacefully inside a Milpitas gun store
early Wednesday morning after a nearly four-hour police standoff, while three
other suspects had previously been taken into custody. The fourth suspect was
taken into custody shortly before 6 a.m., police said. He had been holed up
inside Targetmasters Gun Shop on Minnis Circle since 1:50 a.m., and had
apparently dropped his gun inside, police reported, but had initially refused to
come out. The shop also goes by the Milpitas Shooting Range. By 5:30 a.m.,
police said the suspect was "contained." Police said the suspect had displayed a
gun and refused to drop it, and had just stood there.
TX: Smash and Grab destroys Sally Beauty store front; thieves focused on Hair
Extensions and cash
Officials believe two crooks were after hair extensions and money in a
smash-and-grab at a Sally Beauty Supply store in Crosby. It happened around 2:30
a.m. on Crosby Lynchburg Road. Two men backed a vehicle into the front of the
store, causing a big mess and lots of damage. The men went into the story and
took the safe as well as possibly some hair extensions. A store employee said an
inventory would have to be done before they could determine what else was taken.
The suspects got away. Security cameras on the shopping center will be reviewed.
Dallas, TX: Police arrest 2 in Men's Warehouse Smash & Grab;
possible ties to other crimes
The burglary happened around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Men's Warehouse store on
North Central Expressway. The suspects and the clothes were gone before officers
arrived, but a homeless man was able to provide police with a good description
of them and their vehicle. Officers later stopped their truck on Interstate 45
south of Downtown. Police found stolen merchandise was in the back and arrested
the pair. Police also plan to interview them to see if they are connected to any
Houston, TX: Police searching for 2 CVS Armed Robbers; possible ties
to other Retail Armed Robberies
Police are searching for a pair of suspects in connection to an overnight armed
robbery of a west Houston pharmacy. According to the Houston Police Department,
it happened at 11:15 p.m. Tuesday at the CVS Pharmacy located on Washington
Avenue and TC Jester. At that time, a male and a female walked into the store
and held the clerk at knife point, demanding the money from the cash register.
The suspects took a little more than $500 in cash and fled. Police believe these
same two suspects may be responsible for other robberies in the area.
Bradenton, FL: Armed man Abandons Robbery after finding 7-Eleven
Police in Bradenton received reports of an attempted robbery on Tuesday morning
when a masked man entered a 7-Eleven at 5:44 a.m. The store clerk witnessed the
masked men enter the store wielding a handgun but told police he left the store
after he looked around and saw that no one was in the store. Police arrived on
the scene shortly afterward but the clerk informed him that nothing was stolen
and no one was injured in the would-be robbery.
Scott Co, IN: Drunken Man charged after telling Police
he was trying to blow up Walgreens
Michael Adair was arraigned Tuesday on charges of arson, wanton endangerment,
shoplifting and public intoxication. The Scott County sheriff said Adair is
accused of starting a fire outside the Georgetown Walgreens Sunday night. The
sheriff said surveillance video shows Adair outside the pharmacy, before
lighting toilet paper on fire and trying to leave it burning on top of the
propane tank display. Authorities said Adair told deputies he was obsessed with
serial killers and fire.
Philadelphia, PA: Police arrest mother who
shoplifted at Macy's and left daughter behind
Conway, SC: Police seeking Credit Card Fraud suspect; hit Lowe's for over $500
Clearfield, PA: Police make arrests in 2 Walmart thefts cases that dated back to
Walpole, MA: Skimming device found at Cumberland Farms
Kent, WA: Disorderly Conduct arrest for Drinking inside Fred Meyer, threatens
store staff with fire extinguisher
Zale's Outlet in The Plaza at Rockwall, Rockwall, TX was the victim of a Grab &
Run on 2/23, merchandise was valued at nearly $34,000
Kay Jewelers in the, Sherman Town Center, Sherman, TX was the victim of a Grab &
Run on 2/22, merchandise valued at $11,988
Marbella, Spain: Robbers enter through a hole in
the roof in La Cañada Shopping Centre
AM/PM - Union Gap, WA - Armed Robbery
Appliance and Mattress Center - Columbus, OH - Burglary
Corner Stop - Beaumont, TX - Burglary/ ATM
CVS - Houston, TX - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - San Antonio, TX - Armed
Dollar General - Indianapolis, IN - Armed Robbery
Goodwill - Duluth, MN - Burglary
Men's Warehouse - Dallas, TX - Burglary
Pet Life - Salem, MA - Armed Robbery
Quick Chek - Somerset Co, NJ - Robbery
Rosina's Pizza - Orange Park, FL - Burglary/ safe stolen
Sally Beauty - Crosby, TX - Burglary
Sally Beauty - Salem, MA - Armed Robbery
Tan Pro - Toledo, OH - Burglary
Trek Bicycles - San Jose, CA - Robbery
Treasure Thrift - Carson, NV - Burglary
7-Eleven - Bradenton, FL - Armed Robbery
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