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Retail Crime Unit for CVS; ELVIS, The King; Connie Ribble, VP of Loss Prevention
for Monument Security; Frank Luciano, President/CEO for Civil Demand Associates,
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Finding the Needle in the Hay Stack - Yum
Brands Dir of LP search proving to be difficult & taking months to find that
perfect fit Listed on our Featured Jobs now for months, the Yum
brands job is proving to be a difficult and long-long process. With requiring a
bi-lingual with international experience, a four-year degree and someone with
Food Service industry experience, they may be waiting a long time before they
find that executive. Unless someone pops up out of the McDonalds LP team I doubt
very seriously they'll find that needle in the hay stack. But given that these
jobs can typically go 6 to 12 months to fill, it's not unusual. They'll end up
giving in a bit on their requirements or they'll hire an operator or federal law
enforcement executive. But hey, we've been wrong before. Nevertheless, it's a
great opportunity. The issue for the executive is he or she will be spending
more time abroad than here in the states. As over the years Yum's unloaded most
of their U.S. stores but remain heavily invested in Asia, the Middle East and
South America - the key reason why they want a bi-lingual with international
experience obviously. They've passed on a lot of strong LP executives so far.
And word has it they're still looking. Just a thought, Gus Downing
How to reduce losses caused by theft at POS
Retailers can take steps to try to prevent or at least reduce losses due to
theft at point of sale (POS) and shrink. Here are some suggestions from experts
in the field:
Leverage the latest technologies.
Fortunately for retailers, there's no shortage of technology tools to deter
theft and shrink. The use of electronic article surveillance (EAS) technology
remains a viable part of retailer's efforts in shrink reduction.
This includes using anti-theft tags, spider wraps and technology that detects
foil-lined bags and EAS jammers that some shoplifters use to try to bypass
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems, which use tags and readers that
enable retailers to track items as they're moved within and outside
of a store, can help deter theft and provide information about the
type of merchandise that's being taken.
Other technology tools that can be used to prevent theft are video systems such
as closed-circuit television (CCTV), which can be used at the point of sale or
elsewhere in stores; and facial recognition systems, which retailers can use to
capture images of offenders.
The use of video analytics with overhead CCTV observation of the sales counter
"can be a real-time deterrent to incidents of internal shrink," says Bob Moraca,
VP of LP for the NRF.
Train your employees well.
The people who work in stores can do a lot to help prevent theft.
"A successful program to reduce shrink at POS leverages both technology and
training," says Lisa LaBruno, SVP for Retail Operations at RILA. "Among the key
components of associate training is making every employee feel like
he or she has a responsibility to prevent shrink from occurring," LaBruno
says. "Associates are trained to be vigilant, check inside large containers to
prevent package stuffing and to exercise good customer service when
they suspect theft."
Interact more with customers.
In a sort of reverse social engineering tactic, retailers can help stop theft by
engaging more with clients while they're in the store.
"The most effective deterrent to a potential shoplifter is good customer
service," says Keith Aubele, president & CEO of Retail Loss Prevention Group, a
consulting firm. "Making eye contact and acknowledging customers as
they enter the store. The last thing a shoplifter wants is
interaction with a store employee."
Create the right corporate culture.
Anti-theft technologies and tactics are helpful, but they're not enough. "All
the tools in the world are not a replacement for the most critical
foundation needed to prevent, isolate and resolve retail losses, and
that is a corporate culture focused on mitigating loss," says Aubele.
"When a top down ownership/ executive C-suite culture exists that
truly understands loss impact via shrink to profitability, as well
as the many negative societal outcomes from retail crime, then true
prevention can occur."
Finance Execs See Chip Cards as Anti-Fraud Boon
With issuers and retailers preparing to switch to anti-fraud, chip-based credit
cards in October, 92% of finance professionals believe the technology will be
effective in preventing point-of-sale fraud, according to a new survey. In its
2015 Payments Fraud and Control Survey, the Association for Finance
Professionals (AFP) found that 61% of respondents believe chip-and-PIN will be
the most effective authentication method for mitigating fraud. Only 7% saw
chip-and-signature as most effective, as reported on CFO.com. The survey "should
serve as a call to action for card vendors," Jim Kaitz, president and CEO of AFP,
said in a news release. "Financial professionals clearly prefer chip-and-PIN
over chip-and-signature in the fight against fraud, and they overwhelmingly
believe in EMV."
Credit card of the future could stop fraud - CVV code on back constantly changes
As banks seek to reduce fraud, one credit card maker has a prototype with a
constantly-changing code on the back. The mini ink screen is powered by a
lithium-ion battery (like a phone) the size of a postage stamp that's designed
to last three years. A computer chip randomizes the number every 40 or 60
minutes. The changing code renders the card useless to anyone who has
written down your credit card number, expiration date and the code on the back.
One major barrier, though, is that each card is 50 times more expensive than the
magnetic stripe cards still being issued by banks in the United States. And it's
10 times more expensive than the latest chip-based cards.
A Step Closer to Meaningful Data Breach Legislation
Wednesday, the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing
and Trade marked up and voted to advance the "Data Security and Breach
Notification Act of 2015" to the full committee. The draft legislation, which
was authored by Subcommittee Chairman Michael Burgess (R-TX) along with Reps.
Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Peter Welch (D-VT), aims to enact a national data
breach notification standard that preempts existing state laws.
U.S. Offers $3 Million Bounty for 2 Russian Cybercriminals A bounty of $3 million
is up for grabs for information leading to the arrest of two cybercriminals
believed to be in Russia, the U.S. State Department said Thursday. Roman Zolotarev and Konstantin Lopatin, both Russian citizens, are wanted in
connection with an international crime ring that committed credit card fraud and
identity theft causing at least $50 million in damages,
the State Department
said on its website. The ring trafficked stolen and manufactured credit cards as
well as identity information via the website Carder.su, which Zolotarev is
suspected of leading, the statement said. So far 30 individuals connected with
the ring have been convicted, and another 25 are either wanted or pending trial,
the State Department said. The bounties are set to be paid out by the State
Department's Transnational Organized Crime Rewards Program, established in 2013.
The State Department has asked anyone with information about Zolotarev or
Lopatin to contact a U.S. embassy or consulate, or to call its hotline.
To Sprint or to Liquidate - That is the Question for Radio Shack - As
Liquidators Fight For Cash Over Cell Phone Stores RadioShack Corp.
said an offer from Standard General LP to save much of the iconic chain is the
best to emerge from an auction, beating out rival offers that would see the
retailer shut down. At a bankruptcy-court hearing Thursday, RadioShack asked a
judge to sign off on the takeover, which would save much of the chain from
liquidation. More than half of RadioShack's 4,000 stores are being shut down,
but Standard General has said it will keep 1,743 stores open, in a bid that has
been valued at about $160 million. The Standard General deal still faces a
challenge from Salus Capital Partners, which contends it didn't get a fair
hearing at the auction on a bid it tried to make in an alliance with
GameStop Outlines Acquisition Plans in Push to Diversify
GameStop Corp., faced with a shrinking core business selling video games, is
accelerating its effort to diversify by adding to its stores that offer AT&T
Inc. wireless plans and acquiring other technology retail chains. The Grapevine,
Texas-based company, which won court approval to take over 163 locations from
bankrupt RadioShack Corp., is looking for acquisitions, Chief Operating Officer
Tony Bartel said in an interview Thursday after reporting fourth-quarter
results. The retailer is evolving into a holding company for a variety of store
concepts, he said. "We're exploring acquisition and partner opportunities that
leverage our core competencies," Bartel said. GameStop is trying to stay ahead
of a transition in video games that threatens to make its namesake stores,
ubiquitous in malls for more than a decade, obsolete."
Ex-American Apparel CEO Dov Charney seeks $40 million in damages
The struggling clothing company's controversial founder is claiming more than
$40 million in damages stemming from his surprise ouster last year, even as the
retailer this week disclosed a probe by securities regulators into the affair.
Los Angeles lawyer Keith Fink -- who, in a twist, had formerly represented
American Apparel employees suing Charney for harassment -- said in a letter last
week that the retailer is liable for $20 million to $25 million in damages for
Charney's loss of employment. That includes Charney's claim to 13 million
American Apparel shares, nearly $6 million in severance and $1.3 million in
unpaid vacation for the ex-CEO, who was a notorious workaholic, Fink said.
Another AutoZone Lawsuit - Employee Fired Following LP Investigation Sues for
Sexual Harassment Doris Feliciano is a black female who practices the
Rastafarian religion. She claims her former employer, AutoZone, had a problem
with that and discriminated against her. She also claims an ex-boss sexually
harassed her at work. In a late March ruling, Feliciano scored a partial victory
in the long-running case. Connecticut's highest court has ruled that her sexual
harassment claim should be heard by a jury. However, her claims of race and
religion discrimination claims were dismissed. While working as a supervisor at
the Bloomfield, CT store in 2007, AutoZone's automatic loss prevention computer
program flagged 20 transactions involving the same customer's loyalty card
number. Nineteen of the 20 transactions were processed by Feliciano. A loss
prevention specialist was tabbed by the company to investigate the matter.
Feliciano's story was that her customer service number was available in the
store's computers for other employees to use. The investigation results were
sent to AutoZone's staff attorney in Tennessee, who determined that Feliciano
should be fired. Feliciano filed a complaint with the state Commission on Human
Rights and Opportunities in which she claimed she was terminated on the basis of
her national origin, religion and race. In her lawsuit, Feliciano alleged that
store manager Michael Balboni constantly harassed her by making offensive
comments regarding her appearance in front of other employees; she said he would
wear a dreadlock wig and call her a thief. She claimed Balboni repeatedly
referred to her as "f'ing Jamaican," suggested that Jamaicans live in grass
huts, wear grass skirts, drink out of coconut shells, and eat cats and dogs.
Further, she claimed Balboni sexually harassed her by rubbing up against her
body when he would walk past her. (AutoZone
was recently ordered to pay $185 million in punitive damages to a former
store manager who suffered pregnancy and gender discrimination on the job.)
GameStop to expand technology brands segment with 350 to 550 stores
Altria Takes to the Streets to Combat Cigarette Trafficking
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David Johnston, Sr. Director Loss Prevention & Corporate Security, Dunkin'
Brands Inc., discuss the challenges of delivering LP services in a franchise
environment. Between the two companies, Domino's and Dunkin' Brands have over
22,000 stores combined doing over $17 billion in sales. David and Van tell us
about the structure of their LP programs, the technologies they've implemented
and the consultant-type role they take with franchisees, helping individual
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Canadian Retail Sales Are In Good Shape
Almost all the recent decline in total retail growth is due to lower gas prices,
while other retail sectors are performing within or better than their normal
range of variation. Gasoline stations account for about 12.5% of total retail,
so a major sales decline in this subsector is a significant drag on the overall
total. Excluding gas stations however, the rest of retail was up 4.2% in January
year-over-year, and up 4.9% for the 3 months ending January. retail-insider.com
16 Target Stores closed - 30 more closing
April 1st - Last 87 by mid-May - The Target impact on LP jobs - Simple Law of
Supply & Demand regretfully With Target hiring well over 300 LP
positions over the last two years and paying top end for the executive levels it
now causes a real problem for those now losing their jobs. With the LP industry
being rather small to begin with once all of those folks left their last
employer those jobs were either filled or eliminated. Now going back to the
market, a small one at that, what many of them will find is that there's too
much supply and little if any demand in this tight market. The one saving grace
is that the Canadian Push is still happening and their biggest retailer Loblaw
is growing and opening over 50 stores this year alone. However, there won't be
enough jobs and some will have to transition out of LP. So if you hear from one
of these unfortunate individuals please take the time to offer your advice, your
guidance, and even take the time to call them back - as you don't know how much
that will mean to them. After all one day the shoe may be on the other foot.
Just a thought Gus Downing
Wal-Mart Canada considering installing automated external defibrillators (AED)
in stores - Cabela's AED Saves a Life Last week, John Tomchuk, 60,
went into sudden cardiac arrest while loading groceries into his car in the
Saskatoon parking lot. A bystander reportedly entered Walmart looking for an AED,
but was told there wasn't one. Eventually an AED was retrieved from the nearby
Cabela's and was used to save the man's life. "Cabela's retail stores maintain AEDs on site for just such emergencies," said John Tramburg, the company's
vice-president of Canada and outdoor services. "Our hope is to be prepared and
able to provide care for our customers and employees in the case of any
Canadian grocer Loblaw has announced it will tie up with footwear retailer Aldo
on the shoe component of its Joe Fresh clothing offer Joe Fresh was
launched in 2006 to diversify Loblaw's offer and has since been extended to
offer clothing, accessories and cosmetics. Until now, Joe Fresh's footwear offer
has also been designed in house. The deal will mean Aldo takes over the design
and production of Joe Fresh's footwear offer. Loblaw will debut a larger family
footwear department in 54 Joe Fresh stores next year as it expands into the
discount footwear sector.
Paladin Security wins Best Managed Companies award
for third straight year
Credit card skimming devices on pay-at-pump
machines on rise over last couple of months, Calgary Police warn
Two arrested for theft at Walmart in Leduc, AB
Windsor police arrest suspect in Shoppers Drug Mart robbery at Tecumseh Mall
A Windsor man is facing charges in relation to the gunpoint robbery of the
Shoppers Drug Mart at Tecumseh Mall earlier this month. Matthew Ronda, 27, was
arrested around 11 p.m. Tuesday after a police effort that involved patrol
officers, a police dog and members of the drugs and guns unit. Police credit
information from the public for identification of the suspect. Ronda has been
charged with robbery with an offensive weapon, wearing a disguise with intent to
commit a crime, and breach of recognizance.
Armed man tries to rob The Source store in Okotoks
Okotoks RCMP are asking for the public's help in finding a man who attempted to
rob The Source electronics store with a firearm on Monday evening. Just before 9
p.m., a lone, armed man entered the store on Southridge Drive and demanded that
the store clerk open the till. While the clerk was opening the till, RCMP say a
suspected accomplice knocked on the store window. The man left the store and
entered a waiting vehicle, which then fled. The store employee wasn't injured
and nothing was taken from the store.
Chilliwack RCMP seek suspect in a string of Robberies
RCMP in Chilliwack are turning to the public for help finding an armed robber
targeting small businesses. Police say between March 17 and 23, someone robbed
more than half a dozen corner stores, restaurants and markets in Chilliwack, in
the downtown area. The suspect carries a concealed weapon and often tries to
cover his face, RCMP said.
Card-Not-Present Fraud Leads Global Rebound in Payment Card Fraud
Industry efforts to reduce fraud exposure through certain payment technologies
have resulted in sharp declines in certain types of payment fraud. For example,
the smart chip embedded in EMV cards to store and protect cardholder data
thwarts counterfeit card fraud. However, changing consumer trends, particularly
the growth of card-not-present (CNP) transactions online has left the industry
somewhat exposed, and as a result global fraud losses are once again on the
rise. A latest research report, Global Payment Card Fraud Trends and Statistics,
examines global payment card fraud by examining fraud statistics and initiatives
in four selected countries: the United Kingdom, France, Australia, and South
Africa. The report discusses overall fraud rates on domestically issued cards
and shows the rate by type of fraud, including counterfeit card, lost/stolen
card, card ID theft, mail non-received, and card-not-present fraud. "While the
future of the payments industry is hard to predict, one certainty is that
cybercriminals will continue their attacks on consumers, businesses, and
financial institutions via the payment channels available today. Although the
payments industry may not be able to end all types of payment fraud, it
continues to evolve new fraud deterrents and become better equipped to tackle
criminal attacks. The hope is that with the creation of new security
technologies like tokenization, the industry can begin to play offense rather
than always having to play defense against payment fraud attacks," comments
Tristan Hugo-Webb the primary author of the research.
Kwik Chek revolutionises the customer experience with the internet of things
Kwik Chek is using new technologies to connect customers' mobile phones to
petrol pumps, store point of sale (POS) terminals, and loyalty programmes. The
company is also integrating its existing store infrastructure and software,
which tracks inventory and fuel. The new connected system is helping to
transform the operations of the company thanks to the improved reliability and
efficiency of its staff and processes. The insight the new technologies are
helping to provide covers customer habits. This means Kwik Chek is able to
improve its sales and inventory and improve the experience of its customers.
PetroZone Mobile Commerce is a mobile app that enables navigation, cashless
payment and smart digital offers, while PetroZone Retail Fuels Module is a
cloud-based solution that uses the Microsoft Dynamics AX modern POS system to
integrate with the system that controls fuel pumps, financial systems and the
back office. With PetroZone Mobile Commerce, customers can connect via the cloud
and geo-locate their nearest Kwik Chek location. They can also reserve a pump
and find out about the availability of services such as the car wash and ATM.
North American e-commerce sales grow nearly 41%
for Guess in fiscal 2015
Facebook Inc's New Service Could Disrupt PayPal
Westmoreland Co, PA Women to stand trial in theft of $360,000 of drugs from
Norwin Pharmacy A North Huntingdon pharmacy technician confessed she
stole 180 to 600 pain pills on every shift she worked for more than a year, then
handed them over to be sold on the street, according to the state attorney
general's office. Agent Andrew Sakmar testified at a preliminary hearing that
former Norwin Pharmacy technician JoAnn Gruber, 53, admitted in an interview
last fall that she stole "tens of thousands" of painkillers including oxycodone,
Xanax and Opana, and gave them to Michele L. Garufi, 41, of Hempfield, to
resell. After listening to two hours of testimony from Sakmar, Greensburg police
Detective Jerry Vernail and another co-defendant, Ronald Menchio III, 24, of
Hempfield, Greensburg District Judge James Albert ordered Gruber and Garufi to
stand trial. The women are charged with multiple criminal counts by Attorney
General Kathleen Kane's office for running a painkiller distribution ring that
sold at least 12,000 pills with an estimated street value of $360,000 between
2013 through September 2014.
MO Police catch shoplifters using 'booster bags' to elude store security systems
Retailers and law enforcement are catching on to a shoplifting trend in which
criminals alter what look like regular shopping bags to act as a barrier to
stores' security sensors. Chesterfield Police seized booster bags from suspected
shoplifters Carrie and April Chambers after they visited Victoria's Secret at
Chesterfield Mall. The suspects allegedly inserted a lining into shopping bags
from mall stores Hot Topic, Charlotte Russe and H&M to hide stolen goods and
remove them from shops without security alarms sounding. In their case, however,
the booster bags did not work. "A lot of retailers are aware of these items and
they look for those items as an indication that a possible shoplifting is about
to occur," said Detective Marshall Broughton of Des Peres Police after a similar
incident occurred at West County Mall in August 2014. Police are also aware of
the altered shopping bags and were able to catch the suspects allegedly
shoplifting from Victoria's Secret. Both Carrie and April Chambers are charged
with felony stealing.
sought in rash of thefts from CVS stores in Berks Co, PA Police are
trying to identify a man and woman in connection with a series of thefts at CVS
stores in Berks County. A man and woman, seen in the surveillance photo, took
more than $600 worth of Rogaine and Prilosec from the CVS store at 45
Constitution Blvd. in Kutztown on Monday, according to Chief Craig Summers,
Kutztown Police Department. Police said they believe the same pair struck two
other CVS stores in Berks County on the same day. About $850 worth of Rogaine
and Prilosec were taken from the CVS store at 8565 Allentown Pike (Route 222) in
Maidencreek Township (Blandon), and $1,447 worth of Rogaine and Crest
Whitestrips were swiped from the CVS store at 906 W. Leesport Rd. in Bern
Township, according to police who cover the municipalities in which those stores
Suspects steal over $899 in razors from BJ's Hillsborough Co, FL
Three suspects stole $899 in razors from a BJ's on March 7, a man and two women
waked into the BJ's, proceeded to the Razor blade display area and placed
several items inside their cart. They went to the restroom area where the man
remained in the hallway with the shopping cart, while the women proceeded to the
restroom (no longer in view of the camera). Minutes later, the women exited the
restroom, rejoining the man and leaving behind their shopping cart. Store
security later discovered that a Braun Electric Shaver with head, valued at
$199.00, 9 packages of Gillette Fusion razors, valued at $49.99 each, and 5
Gillette Manual razors, valued at $47.99 each were taken.
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2 NY men arrested in Auburn, Maine charged with manufacturing over 300 credit
cards Two New York men made their first appearances Wednesday in U.S.
District Court for allegedly purchasing stolen credit card numbers from the
Ukraine, then manufacturing at least 300 credit card gift cards in an Auburn
apartment. Shaun "Scoobs" Wray, 24, and Guy "Spook" Noel, 24, both of Brooklyn,
New York, were arrested Tuesday in Auburn, according to court documents. They
were not asked to enter pleas because they have not yet been indicted by a
federal grand jury. Both men were charged with conspiracy to manufacture or
possess a fraudulent access device.
Reward Offered In Shooting Of Goodwill Store Security Guard in Walkersville, MD
Maryland State Police are announcing a reward offer in the January shooting of a
Goodwill store security guard in Frederick County. Police said Thursday that the
family of 42-year-old Gerald Campbell is offering $2,000 for information leading
to the arrest of the man who shot him. Police say Campbell was shot multiple
times by a masked gunman Jan. 22 while sitting in his car outside the store in
Walkersville shortly after closing time. Campbell survived his injuries.
ends in crash on I-81 for 3 men in a credit card fraud ring Three men
who led state police on a 100 mph chase on Interstate 81 earlier this month
before they crashed and fled on foot are part of a money counterfeiting
operation that spans from New York City to Syracuse, according to police
records. The driver crashed the 2014 Ford Focus about a mile south of the Nedrow
exit after he led state police on a one-mile chase with speeds topping 100 mph.
A Syracuse police report of the arrest of passenger Anthony Beverly provides the
following account of the March 14 crash and the forgery operation: The driver,
19-year-old Ryan Michel, of Syracuse, and the two passengers; Anthony Beverly,
25, of Brooklyn and Felipe Walthrust fled on foot. Police found a laptop and an
MSR605 credit card reader, writer and encoder in the crashed car. The device is
commonly used to manufacture cloned credit cards, according to Syracuse police
Officer Anthony Colavita's report. In total, the three men are connected to
eight different instances of passing counterfeit money or forged checks in
Onondaga County dating back to November 2013.
Two arrested in $1 million armed robbery of Charleston, SC jewelry store
Authorities have arrested two career criminals in connection with the armed
robbery of $1 million worth of jewelry from a "luxury" jewelry store in
Charleston in 3 weeks ago. Police located one suspect in San Francisco and the
other in Atlanta. Around 11:23 a.m. Wednesday March 4, 2015 Demetre Jewelers at
253 King Street was robbed. The jewelry store describes itself as a "nationally
known luxury jewelry store." A police report made available says a list of the
items taken from Demetre Jewelers includes 11 Rolex watches worth $10,000 each
and $500,000 worth of merchandise that wasn't inventoried. According to police,
two men wearing masks, one armed with a handgun and one armed with a hammer,
robbed the business. The hammer was used to smash a show case and they stole
Gunman steals $35K in watches from Paramus jewelry store
A gunman stole watches valued at more than $35,000 from a Route 4 jewelry store
and escaped in a getaway car over the George Washington Bridge on Thursday,
authorities said. Posing apparently as an interested customer, the robber went
to Kay Jewelers at The Outlets at Bergen Town Center and asked to see a few
Rolex watches, according to borough police Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg. The bandit
pulled a handgun and swiped the three watches as the worker was showing him the
valuables around 2 p.m., the chief said. He got into a white Mercedes Benz SUV
waiting in the mall parking lot.
accused in Jewelry Lab robbery in Greece, NY indicted on kidnapping charges
Monroe County grand jury has indicted a man on a kidnapping charge related to a
jewelry heist in Greece. Alexander Kates is accused in a brazen robbery at a
jewelry store inside the Mall at Greece Ridge. Police say Kates and two others
held the store manager hostage in their home overnight. The next day
investigators say they broke into the Jewelry Lab and stole items. One of the
other suspects accused in this case, Qzay Clark, plead guilty to attempted
burglary earlier this month. Another suspect, Thomas Pryor, still faces charges.
beats Dollar General Employee while shoplifting in Louisville, KY A Dollar
General store clerk was attacked and beaten to the floor after trying to stop a
shoplifter and it was all caught on surveillance video. Police say it happened
around 3 p.m. on Wednesday when two people walked into the Dollar General on
Outer Loop and purchased a few items. As they were about to leave, the woman
headed to the makeup aisle. "The manager went to him and asked, 'Hey could you
leave your bag up front, you know it's just common courtesy, could you leave
your bag up front?' And he got into her face and said, 'No I'm not doing that,
I've bought these things, I'm shopping, I'll continue to shop'," Det. Underwood
told WDRB News. The pair continued to shop and at some point the man picked up
and put on a blue hat worth about $4. "The manager again asked the man to leave
his bag up front. Another store clerk heard this and walked down the aisle to
see what was going on. "Looked at him and said, 'hey what's up?' and our suspect
at that point got into his face and said, 'Nothing going on, you need to stay
out of this,'" Det. Underwood said. The man was again asked to leave his bag up
front and take off the hat. That's when the violence ensued and the store clerk
was attacked. The two men can be seen on video flying out of the aisle, throwing
punches with items falling off the shelves.
$90 DVD theft at Walmart sparks high speed police
chase through East Lampeter, PA and Manheim Townships
Market - Clinton Twp, MI - Armed Robbery/ Homicide
- Sterling, IL - Robbery
- Kingsport, TN - Robbery
- Moorhead, MN - Robbery
General - Ocala, FL - Armed Robbery
General - Huntington, WV - Robbery
General - Van Buren, NY - Robbery
Macs - Thunder Bay - Robbery
Plus - Fredrick Co, MD - Burglary
Stop - Erie, PA - Armed Robbery
- Lexington, KY - Burglary
Market - Palolo, HI - Armed Robbery
- Buford, GA - Burglary
- Cleveland, OH - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - Selkirk, CN - Robbery
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Why Your Feeling of Not Having Enough Time is a Lie We have all
experienced that gut wrenching feeling of seeing our work grow but knowing there
are only eight hours to get it done. Stress and anxiety take hold but it's not
due to the number of hours in the day. It could be coming from the drama that's
playing out on our to-do list, according to a recent study. Use these steps to
reduce this false sense of anxiety.
8 Ways to Get Work Done Faster
Today's organizations are looking for ways to do more with less and the pace of
work is continually increasing. As competition arises there is a need
for speed in the workplace. The key, though, is to increase your pace without
becoming erratic. Here are some tips to help.
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