Jackie Andersen, Dir. Retail Strategic Accounts and
Evan Garabedian, Business Strategist - Solutions & Tech. Office
Tony Mancino, National Account Manager
Specialty LP in an Omni World
Maurice Cloutier, VP of LP, Ann Inc., and Gary
Johnson, VP of LP, The Vitamin Shoppe
NY Metro ORC Alliance
Sgt. Tarik Sheppard, John Matas, Sean Huggins,
Jordan Rivchun, Chip Chiappetta
The Silicon Valley has long been the world's center of
technological innovation, so it should come as no surprise that WG Security is
located at its very heart in San Jose, CA. Whether tackling the phenomenon of "wardrobing,"
preventing counterfeit online returns, taking EAS service to the next level, or
developing a new solution for cylinder-shaped merchandise, WG continues to turn
heads in the EAS and RFID industry with its ingenuity and out-of-the-box
Ed Wolfe, VP Business Development for WG,
tells us how the company has been so successful at solving retailers' chronic
shortage and operational problems.
LPNN Quick Take #2
Joe LaRocca - tech guru and "borderline
Millennial" (as Amber calls him) - talks
about some of the challenges and opportunities of technology in today's retail
world - from live video streaming to social media.
Canadian Privacy Laws now favorable for the LP professional - Read all about it
here in the Daily in a 3 part series starting Monday next week
VP of Operations, Retail Council of Canada
Retail Consultant, Grist Mill Solutions
In a world of growing risk and threats the Loss Prevention professional is
continually fighting the battle between privacy and security. There are
arguments in both camps that one is more important than the other. Legislative
leaders and elected officials play a important role in establishing the happy
medium, but what happens when they get it wrong? Extremely strict privacy laws
make it easy for a criminal to establish anonymity, and very difficult for a
security professional to conduct a thorough investigation. Weak privacy laws
create an environment of risk to the public whose identities may be compromised
for nefarious purposes. Next week we will be posting a three part series
describing a 15 year journey through the legislative bureaucracy that placed
Canada at the top of the leaderboard for Privacy Laws, and created the
unintended consequence of anonymity for the bad guy.
Digital Privacy Act Finalized
The Government of Canada recently passed amendments to the Personal Information
Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) that will impact every
organization that collects, uses or discloses personal information in the course
of commercial activities (for example, the personal information of customers or
Overall, the basic framework in PIPEDA remains the same. Key changes include:
● Clarification of valid consent. PIPEDA is now more explicit about what
constitutes valid consent when collecting personal information through
commercial activities directed at specific classes of individuals, such as
● Mandatory Data Breach Reporting. PIPEDA now includes obligations for
organizations to report potentially harmful data breaches to the Privacy
Commissioner of Canada and affected individuals; and to keep records of all data
breaches. The law includes significant fines for deliberately failing to comply
with the new data breach rules.
● New exceptions to the requirement for consent. PIPEDA now includes a number of
new exceptions to the requirement for organizations to have consent before
collecting, using, or disclosing personal information for specific purposes.
These new exceptions include being able to share personal information to conduct
due diligence in the context of a merger or acquisition; to report suspected
cases of financial abuse; or to contact the family of a missing or injured
● New powers for voluntary disclosure when deemed in the public interest and
other powers. Under PIPEDA the Privacy Commissioner now has the ability to enter
into voluntary compliance agreements with organizations that have been found to
be violating the law. In addition, the Commissioner has more time to take
organizations to court over a privacy violation, and greater scope to make
information about a non-compliant organization public, when it is in the public
These changes came into force on June 18, 2015 with the exception of the
mandatory data breach reporting requirements. These measures will not come into
force until regulations that provide specifics on the data breach requirements
have been adopted, expected sometime in 2016. Industry Canada has stated that it
will hold stakeholder consultations in advance of finalizing these regulations.
A press release from the Government of Canada can be found
The Legislative Summary of the law can be found
Full text of the Digital Privacy Act can be found
More fresh food, more shrinkage problems for supermarkets, experts say
The "fresh revolution" is on at scores of supermarkets across the country this
year as grocers spend heavily on renovations to feature more fresh food in the
hope of generating higher sales and profits. But while consumers who are
generally shifting toward healthier eating habits might appreciate the moves,
supermarket owners like Loblaw, Metro, Sobeys, Save-On-Foods and Sobeys may end
up regretting the collective push, experts say. "[T]here are many myths
surrounding the fresh revolution, not the least of which is that fresh
categories are more profitable. Fresh departments - with everything going well -
often generate about half the profitability of old boring grocery departments.
But the shift to fresh means more money spent by grocers on things like labor -
and the risk that returns won't be as high as some think. You have to manage
the whole supply chain, the issues we're seeing with currencies and the whole
issue around shrinkage and wastage" weigh on profitability. Supply chain
logistics have improved to reduce "shrinkage" or food waste, CIBC's Caicco said,
but it still may all add up to a costly effort that doesn't grow the bottom
It's Going to be a Fight - Too Many High End Retailers Setting Up Shop In Canada An explosion in the number of high-end retailers in Canada
could lead to tough times for the segment down the road in a classic case of too
many sellers chasing too few buyers, according to retail consultant Trendex.
Over the past two years, the Canadian expansion plans of both Nordstrom and Saks
have come into focus as have the expansion/remodelling plans for Holt Renfrew
and Harry Rosen," Trendex said in a newsletter. Together the total number of
stores operated by the four banners will increase from 24 in 2014 to 36 in 2017,
including 16 stores in the Toronto market alone.
While these store counts alone rightly raise concerns, they are only part of the
story," says Trendex, which estimates that more than 40 new high-end doors under
various brands have opened in Canada over the past three years, with 30 more to
be added between 2015 and 2017.
Besides the risk to the segment from too many competitors and the possibility of
a domestic or global economic downturn, Trendex noted that "luxury/better
retailers will also continue to experience problems finding and training
competent sales personnel.
While FGL Sports, Mark's, Reitman's, Walmart and HBC's DSG Division reported
stronger results, many others continued to struggle.
Danier Leather, American Apparel, Gap and Sears Canada all sustained
double-digit sales decreases. Le Chateau lost $12.4
million as sales were down less than the prior year but same-store sales were
Fashion retailer Simons to expand across Canada
One of Canada's oldest family-owned retailers is hoping to defy industry woes by
launching an expansion that could extend the Simons brand across Canada. The
fashion retailer is spending up to $200 million over the next four years to open
eight stores. It says the move is intended to boost its annual sales base of
more than $350 million. ctvnews.ca
Tim Hortons offers buy-outs to 15 per cent of total workforce - "just over three
per cent" elected to take the offer Under the terms of the buy-out
package offered, qualifying employees would receive three weeks salary per year
of service. Tim Hortons has offered buy-outs to 15 per cent of its total
corporate workforce across all Canadian offices and regional branches. The
voluntary redundancy offers have also been extended to 15 managers in
corporate-owned restaurants, but does not include sales staff at roughly 3,800
Tim Hortons franchises in Canada. Tim Hortons currently has approximately 2,300
employees at its headquarters, regional offices and distribution centres across
The spokesperson added that Hortons is "working on bringing some additional
shared services" to Oakville and that over 160 individuals in Oakville have been
offered "promotions and new opportunities" since the company cut roughly 350
corporate staff following the merger of Burger King and Hortons to form
Restaurant Brands International in December 2014.
A current Tim Hortons employee, who did not want to be named, alleges that more
than 800 workers have left Oakville since the start of 2015, a figure that
Robichaud denies. Many have left voluntarily, the employee says, because they
don't want to transfer knowledge "knowing full well that they will be laid off
in January." The employee said that "essentially everything is being outsourced
department by department" and "everyone is demoralized and upset and stressed
out beyond belief." The Star spoke to a Tim Hortons employee privately who said
IT workers in Oakville were being asked to train workers at outsourcing firms
based in the U.S.
Robichaud confirmed the option of outsourcing some corporate positions is being
explored and the payroll department will be outsourced this fall, affecting five
employees who Tim Hortons say have not "been asked to train replacement
Victoria Police investigating after employee records from Sports Traders tossed
in dumpster Greg Penno, the owner of Sports Traders, admitted to
tossing out the boxes, chalking it up to a simple mix-up. "It was good they
found it, I think there's no harm done," he said. "It is the wrong thing to do
obviously and I made a mistake, I mixed up the boxes, but I think ultimately,
they would just go to the recycle bin and get chewed up there." Penno was
cleaning up the attic of his store when he came across the boxes, which he said
he thought contained invoices from the store's old owner. At least one of the
boxes was clearly labeled "Employee Payroll."
Montreal downtown businesses opting against staying open 24 hours
Despite being given the option by the Montreal city administration since May,
stores in the downtown core are not opting to be open for 24 hours. Businesses
in Montreal's Latin Quarter, Gay Village, and Quartier des Spectacles have the
option of never closing. Also some owners believe it could be a security risk.
They worry drunk people might come into the stores and harass staff.
Joe Fresh closing
2 NYC stores and may be closing it's only other 2
in NYC as well
Strike canceled at 69 Loblaw-owned stores in
Ontario as workers ratify agreement
Rent-A-Center sells 14 Canadian stores
Retail Fast Facts: June 2015
● Total monthly retail sales changed by 1.7 per cent over the comparable month
● Total sales excluding food, automotive and gasoline changed by 5.0 per cent
over the comparable month last year.
New Keynote Speaker Announced:
Chief Information Security Officer, The Home Depot
Named one of the top 10 most influential Chief Information Security Officers by
Sys-Con Justice Systems, Jamil Farshchi has successfully protected some of the
world's most sensitive information assets including nuclear weapons, financial
systems and networks, and complex technologies such as the space shuttle, Hubble
Telescope, and Mars Rover.
Jamil's information security background is diverse, from leading a team at the
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) to building risk-based security programs
for media conglomerate Time Warner. He has also held senior executive positions
at NASA and VISA, where he was responsible for protecting the company's consumer
payment card transactions. In March 2015, The Home Depot hired Jamil its first
ever chief information security officer. He is charged with the unique challenge
of securing and enabling some of the most engaging, valuable and widely consumed
content and has overall responsibility for Home Depot's information security,
data protection and vulnerability management.
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Two Toronto men arrested with U-Haul truck and over $5,000 of stolen goods from
Walmart, Lowes and Real Canadian Superstore A pair of Toronto men were
arrested twice in one night after a shopping cart full of meat was stolen from
an Oshawa grocery store. Durham Regional Police said the men were initially
arrested after a Monday evening theft from a Real Canadian Superstore on Gibb
Street. Police were called to the scene at approximately 8:20 p.m., when it was
reported that two men had filled a shopping cart with meat and fled the store.
Both were arrested a short time later. The meat was recovered, and its value was
estimated at $1,800. Inside the U-Haul truck where one of the suspects was
found, officers said they discovered $224 worth of merchandise reported stolen
from a Lowes store and $3,311 in products stolen from a Walmart store. Both men
were charged with theft before being released, on the condition that they would
not associate with each other. Just hours later, shortly after 1 a.m., the men
were found walking together in Oshawa and arrested again.
Teens arrested after botched pharmacy hold up in Plateau, Montreal, CN
Two teenagers were arrested last night after an attempted robbery in the
Plateau-Mont-Royal borough. A bystander at the corner of St-Joseph Street and
Parc Avenue flagged down a passing patrol car, concerned about a situation
inside a pharmacy.
1 of 2 suspects in alleged Windsor, ON Q-Store robbery turns himself in
It is alleged that a teenager was knocked unconscious and police say that two
male suspects left the store with the victim's backpack and cellphone. The
victim also reported that someone had stolen his bicycle. Police say that the
suspect accused of assaulting the victim is still at large.
Teen girls sought in Armed Robbery of 7-Eleven in Lethbridge, AB, CN
Suspected Robbery at Kelowna Christian Supply Store
Amazon's Prime Day exceeds Black Friday records
Amazon on Friday announced it sold more units on Prime Day than the biggest
Black Friday ever and had more new members try Prime worldwide than any single
day in Amazon history. Customers ordered 34.4 million items across
Prime-eligible countries, breaking all Black Friday records with 398 items
ordered per second. "This week has been the busiest ever for Prime signups and
we saw more members shopping on Amazon.ca on Prime Day than on Black Friday
or Cyber Monday."
Amazon vows to make Prime Day annual event as sales rocket 18%
Amazon has vowed to repeat Prime Day after reporting sales were 18% up on
last year's Black Friday with 398 items ordered per second globally.
Mobile online retail payments growing 24% annually - to hit $217B by 2019
Mobile online retail payments made through apps and mobile browsers continues
to be the more mature market than mobile proximity payments by a large margin
and that will continue to grow through 2019. "Despite what we're hearing about
proximity payments and mobile wallets, [on average] $19 is spent through mobile
browsers and mobile apps versus $1 spent through mobile proximity payments."
Purchasers using mobile browsers exclusively totaled $10.7 billion in 2014,
while app-exclusive purchases reached $5.9 billion. The large discrepancy flies
in the face of what consumers say is a poor checkout experience in a mobile
70% of card-not-present fraud cost is borne by merchants - Can 'Motion Code'
Solve it? It's a very creative new solution called Motion Code, and
it involves a card that has a dynamic CVV on the back. Describe how it works
in practice. MF: Motion Code is a technology that is the first of its kind.
Effectively, it replaces the 3-digit security code on the back of the card with
a mini-screen displaying a code that automatically changes periodically.
The card construction is significantly modified to include a ultra-thin lithium
battery (with a life of around 3 years) and an e-paper, 3-digit display with a
code that refreshes every hour. This technology adds an additional layer of
security for online transactions - but with total transparency for the
cardholder and the retailer.
The cardholder will not have to change anything in their normal buying behavior.
When they're asked for the code on the back of the card, they will just read a
3-digit number, as usual; the fact that the code happens to be changing every
hour doesn't affect them. The only visible difference to them is that it's
displayed on a mini-screen. As for the issuer or processor, Oberthur does need
to install in their facilities a specific server that is synchronized with the
algorithm that is used to generate the code.
Online retail sales in China grows 39% in the first half of 2015
Online crime drives 9% rise in UK fraud
Wal-Mart's Prime Day counterpunch boosts its online orders and store footfall
Canadian consumers slow to accept mobile payments as banks look ahead
"Fraud is not a person - it is a dynamic grouping of statistics that deviate
from the norm."
Stuart B. Levine, CFI, CFCI
CEO, The Zellman Group & Zelligent
$5 million theft ring in Washington D.C. area shut down: 7 members of 'Simple
City Criminal Organization' Federal and local law enforcement
officials announced Thursday that they shut down a theft ring that netted $5
million through a series of carjackings, robberies and other crimes allegedly
committed around the region since 2009. Seven members of the Simple City
Criminal Organization were arrested Thursday after 140 federal and local law
enforcement officers executed 11 search warrants in the alleged racketeering
conspiracy. The group specialized in "hop-ins" - thefts that occur when someone
leaves their keys in the car as it warms up or at a gas station, prosecutors
allege. After stealing a car, members of the ring would use it to commit
robberies or other crimes, authorities said. They would sell the cellphones,
tablets and computers found in vehicles for a profit and use any credit cards,
checkbooks or debit cards found to commit fraud, federal investigators charged.
Bel Air, MD Police seek suspects in over $10,000 thefts from HH Gregg and Toys R
Us Bel Air Police say they are investigating a series of burglaries at
HH Gregg and Toys R Us in the Tollgate Marketplace Shopping Center, off Route 24
and Marketplace Drive. According to police, the thieves used a 20-foot U-Haul
rental truck, with "Oregon Deep Rover" logo on the sides, to steal more than
$10,000 worth of property, including Samsung televisions and Power Wheels
children's motorized toys, from the two stores which sit side-by-side. The same
people may be involved in similar crimes in Baltimore County and in Laurel, the BAPD said in a news release. The burglaries occurred on three occasions between
July 11 and Thursday, BAPD Det. Sgt. Jim Lockard said. The thieves did not take
anything one of the times, he said. They broke into the HH Gregg store and into
a storage container used by Toys R Us, he said.
Two arrested in Home Depot $4,500 tool theft in Idaho Falls, ID
Idaho Falls Police have arrested two men in connection to a burglary at the
Idaho Falls Home Depot on Wednesday. Jake K. McEntire, 30, and Jacob H.
Gunderson, 38, were arrested for burglary after stealing more than $4,000 in
merchandise, police said. Police reports say officers responded to the parking
lot of Home Depot, around 1:36 p.m. for a report of drug activity. Officers
discovered McEntire, who was in possession of heroin, and Gunderson had been
using drugs in Gunderson's vehicle. Gunderson and McEntire also went into Home
Depot and selected $4,582 in merchandise, including tools and other large items.
The two left the store without paying for the merchandise. A two-year-old boy
was with the men at the time.
Two members of Kmart cleaning crew charged with $3,000 theft in Peters Twp, PA
Peters Twp Police Chief Harry Fruecht said the men would first remove security
devices from the merchandise to avoid setting off alarms and then transport the
items out of the store. Some of the items taken since June 25 include bottles of
perfume, folding knives, a Monster Moto mini bike, carpenter pants, baseball
pants, a Sylvania portable DVD player, a Samsung Blu Ray player, a sound bar,
multiple televisions and sanding sponges. Total value of the items taken was
$3,257.64, Fruecht said.
CVS in Nassau Co, NY hit by Armed Shoplifter; $500 in Claritin stolen
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ILL., warehouse internal theft ring busted for $223,000 Kankakee,
IL- Sheriff's Investigators announced the arrest of 43 year-old Momence resident
Travis J Griggs. Griggs was arrested and booked on a fifty thousand dollar bond
warrant for 2 counts of Felony Theft ($10,000 - $100,000). Tri County Auto-Theft
(TCAT) agents, along with the Kankakee County Sheriff's Police, began the
investigation in 2014 after a warehouse in Manteno suspected and alerted agents
to an internal theft ring that had been occurring for several months.
Investigators have stated that Travis Griggs was a former employee of the
Manteno warehouse. Agents determined that over $223,000 worth of
cargo/merchandise was stolen. The investigation continues and that more arrests
Masked gunman tries to blast his way into money rooms at two Wal-Marts, in
Jefferson Parish, LA A masked gunman attempting to rob Wal-Marts in
Marrero and Elmwood early Thursday morning (July 16) tried to blast his way the
stores' money rooms. Neither attempt was successful, but Jefferson Parish
Sheriff's Office investigators are asking for the public's help in
identifying the man. The man tried to force his way into the room, but resorted
to firing the shotgun he brought with him when that didn't work. He fired
several times at the door, but did not get in, Fortunato said. No one was
injured and nothing was taken. The first would-be robbery occurred about 1:48
a.m. at the Marrero store and at 4 a.m. at the Elmwood store. At Elmwood he
tried to enter through a set of glass doors but realized they were locked. The
gunman then fired once, shattering the doors. The robber entered the store and
headed for the money room. This gunman also shot several rounds at the door when
he found he could not force his way inside, Fortinato said. He, too, left
without taking anything. No one was injured. Investigators suspect one person is
responsible for both robbery attempts.
Three Shot outside a Minyard Grocery Store in Dallas Thursday Night
Three people were shot outside a Dallas grocery store during an attempted armed
robbery Thursday night, and the gunman is still on the run. It happened at the a
Minyard food store at the corner of North Hampton Road and Singleton Boulevard
just after 10 p.m. According to police and witnesses, a Minyard employee and an
armed security guard were bringing money from the gas station in to the grocery
store when a man with a gun approached them in the parking lot and demanded the
bag of money. The armed robber and the security guard then got into a shootout
in the parking lot. The security guard was shot in the shoulder and two
bystanders in the parking lot were also hit by bullets -- a woman was shot in
the arm and a man was shot in the back. All three were taken to a local hospital
for treatment but there's no word on their conditions. The gunman ran away
without getting any money.
Fleet Farm employee shot by shoplifting suspect in Beaver Dam, Wis.
Police say an assistant manager at the store was shot in the parking lot
Wednesday evening as he helped another employee detain a 17-year-old suspected
of shoplifting some ammunition. The teen is accused of pulling out a handgun and
shooting the 31-year-old assistant manager in the shoulder area and the wrist.
The gunshots are not believed to be life threatening. The other employee, an
off-duty law enforcement officer, witnessed the shooting.
Lubbock, TX Police investigating a Shooting at United Supermarkets, no one
injured Hours after a shooting at a United Supermarkets in East
Lubbock, not much is known. What is known is that shots rang out around 5:30
p.m. Thursday evening at the United Supermarkets. Witnesses told Lubbock Police
that an unidentified man shot at a woman at the entrance of the store. Police
said that the incident may have stemmed from a domestic dispute. As a of late
Thursday night, no suspects have been arrested. There were no reports of
2 Hour Standoff ends, CVS Armed Robbery suspect in custody in Tampa, FL
After a 2 1/2-hour standoff with SWAT negotiators at the Portofino Apartments in
Tampa, police have arrested the man suspected of robbing a Tampa CVS Pharmacy
Thursday night. Tampa Police had to taser 21-year-old James Taylor after he
refused to comply with SWAT's orders. Police then searched Taylor's apartment
and seized the gun used in the robbery and the stolen items from the CVS store.
Kohl's Loss Prevention Associate in Traverse City, MI threatened with 7 inch
knife Kohl's employee told authorities he feared for his life after a
Mancelona man pulled and pointed a 7-inch knife at him during a confrontation
over a stolen pair of shoes. Grant Joseph Vahovick, 41, remains in jail on a
$500,000 bond after his arraignment Thursday. A police report states on July 11
he walked out of Kohl's wearing a stolen pair of shoes but only made it to the
parking lot. That's where a Kohl's loss prevention officer confronted Vahovick
and turned him back toward a store office. Vahovick eventually pulled a knife on
the employee, who tried to block his path from the office. "At that point, the
loss prevention officer just let the suspect leave the office," said Sheriff's
Capt. Chris Clark.
Sheriff's Deputies Respond To Reported Burglary At Macy's, Valencia Town Center
As of 11:00 p.m. "The suspect is not armed. (The suspect) came out of Macy's
after closing. Deputies arrived and suspect got into car, then got out of the
car," said Sgt. Dennis Duarte. "The car crashed into a pole, the suspect fled.
"What we know is that a suspect stole some clothing from the Macy's and when
loss prevention from the Macy's went to apprehend him, he took off out of the
store on foot, got into a vehicle that he was trying to jump start over here,"
said Bryan Shreves with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station.
Sheboygan, WI Police Make Arrest in String of Pharmacy Robberies
A joint operation conducted between the Sheboygan Police Department and
Sheboygan County Sheriff's Department Thursday evening has led to the arrest of
a man investigators suspect robbed area pharmacies, dating back to 2014.
Sheboygan Police says a 46 year old man was arrested and booked in connection
with robberies that occurred last August and September at the Superior Avenue Glander Prescription Plus. The unidentified male is also suspected in a brazen
robbery at a Sheboygan Shopko Pharmacy earlier this week. He made off with
prescription drugs in each case. He was arrested as officers served a warrant in
Sheboygan Falls, and stands to face a litany of charges, including robbery,
burglary, and drug related charges.
St. Louis police search for suspect connected to 9 restaurant break-ins
St. Louis police are searching for a suspect connected to several restaurant
burglaries since September 2014.
2 arrests in series of Arson fires behind Walmart and Lowes in Reno, NV
Four fires were reported early Thursday morning behind four big-box retailers in
south Reno, threatening nearby businesses. The first fire was reported at 2:38
a.m. and the last occurred at 4:06 a.m., Reno Battalion Chief Bob Leighton said.
No injuries were reported and damage was limited to the outside of the four
properties. The fires sparked behind the Food Source, Walmart, U-Haul and
Lowe's. Two commercial vehicles were damaged in one of the fires, Leighton said.
Raleigh, NC Police follow trail of spilled cash after half-million-dollar
robbery from Walnut Creek Amphitheatre At least one of the three armed
men who took a half million dollars from the Walnut Creek Amphitheatre on Monday
morning left behind a clue for police: a trail of spilled cash that led to a
storage shed behind a nearby house. Witnesses told police that the gunmen had
stuffed the stolen cash into backpacks, but apparently one of them did not zip
his backpack shut, according to a search warrant made public Wednesday. Police
quickly arrested one man, 22-year-old Adjani Jari Bryant, but were still looking
for the other two Wednesday.
Erie County, N.Y., warns community of ATM skimming
Skimming crew of three busted in Franklin, Va. in motel room - hitting gas
Home set up as retail store for counterfeit goods shut down in Middlesbrough,
Auburn Wal-Mart reopens after being evacuated due to bomb threat
UK: Nottingham Police praise 'courage' of person who came to the aid of a Loss
Prevention Agent at ASDA
New Zealand: 'Operation Shop' Canterbury Police and Retailers team-up in month
Woman dead after jumping over railing at Providence (RI) Place Mall
Armed Robbery suspect in Critical condition; pulled a gun on Millbourne, PA
3 charged with Baton Rouge, LA Gun store heist; 82 weapons stolen, 11 recovered
Bleach thrown in elderly woman's eyes during Publix parking lot robbery in
Winter Haven, FL
Orange Co, CA Police seeking suspect in String of Armed Robberies
Security vs. shirtless man in Auckland, NZ Westfield Escalator fiasco
Casey's General - Omaha, NE - Shooting
CVS - Johnson Co, IN - Robbery
CVS - Tampa, FL - Armed Robbery - Shots fired
CVS - Bloomfield, MI - Robbery
CVS - Nassau Co, NY - Robbery -$500 of Claritin
Dollar General - Wichita, KS - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Richland Co, SC - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Lawtell, LA - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Brookfield, OH - Armed Robbery
Habitat for Humanity ReStore - Helena, MT - Arson -
Damages of $1M
Kohl's - Traverse City, MI - Armed Robbery
Macy's - Valencia, CA - Burglary
Meaux Guns and Ammo - Baton Rouge, LA - Burglary
Pharmacy Plus - Robinson, TX - Armed Robbery
Sturgis Party Store - Sturgis, MI - Armed Robbery
Tobacco City - Hammond, IN - Armed Robbery
Walgreens - Mount Airy, NC - Robbery
Walmart - Rehoboth, DE - Robbery
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