Munich, Germany: Shooter was bullied
loner, planned attack for a year
The teenager behind the deadly shooting rampage
in Munich was a withdrawn loner obsessed with playing "killer" video
games in his bedroom, a victim of bullying who suffered from panic
attacks set off by contacts with other people, investigators said
Sunday, adding that he had planned the attack for a year.
draws calls to tighten Germany's already strict gun laws
Germany may have some of the world's most stringent gun control
laws, but some of the country's senior leaders are calling for
tighter controls on weapon sales following Friday's shooting rampage
in Munich. Germany is the only county that requires those under 25
to undergo a psychiatric evaluation before purchasing a firearm.
Munich Slowly Returns to Normal after Mass Shooting at Mall
- 9 dead, 27 wounded
Munich slowly began returning to normal over the weekend after an 18-year-old
German-Iranian man shot nine people dead and wounded another 27 in the Olympia
shopping mall in the city’s Moosbach neighborhood. The gunman committed suicide,
not far from the mall, late Friday night.
The authorities lifted the state of emergency in Munich on Saturday, saying
there was no evidence to link the local teenager to terrorist organizations.
Books and articles on mass shootings, including that of Norwegian mass murderer
Anders Breivik, were found in the room of the gunman. Authorities said the
youth, identified in media accounts as Ali Sonboly, was a single perpetrator,
and described him as depressed and “a classic spree killer.” Reports over the
weekend said Sonboly researched such killings for more than a year before taking
The Olympia shopping mall remained closed on Saturday and was closed as normal
on Sunday. Elsewhere in Munich, business slowly returned to normal as mass
transportation services resumed and shops and restaurants reopened. An employee
at Munich department store Ludwig Beck described the atmosphere as “very quiet,
very peaceful, but everyone seems to be very thoughtful and reflective.”
Munich shooting at a shopping mall
may have lured victims using social media
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Series of Attacks May Lead Mall Owners to Increase Security
Global Brands More Comfortable Expanding in U.S. Instead of Europe?
Attacks such as the one in a Munich shopping mall and at a nearby McDonald's
Friday may lead mall owners to increase their security or even persuade global
brands to focus expansion plans on the U.S. rather than Europe.
Retail industry experts also said that at this point big iconic brands don't
appear to be the targets - it's just that many of them happen to be at public
places that are vulnerable to attacks.
"There are lots of Starbucks and McDonald's, and they are in public places,"
said Trevor Wade, global marketing director at Landor, a marketing firm whose
clients include BMW, FedEx and Procter & Gamble.
More global brands are setting their sights on the U.S. for expansion after
recent attacks in Germany and France, said Faith Hope Consolo, chairman of
retail leasing and marketing at Prudential Douglas Elliman. Consolo, who brokers
deals with luxury brands, said her clients feel the security situation is more
"under control" in the United States.
Mall security was a big topic at a convention organized by the International
Council of Shopping Centers trade group in May, she said. While U.S. shoppers
don't want to be subjected to metal detectors, Consolo said, overall, such
attacks are likely to push mall owners to increase security measures. "They're
going to have to make (the increased security appear) under the radar," Consolo
Wal-Mart beats shareholder appeal in Mexico bribery lawsuit
Wal-Mart Stores Inc executives and directors persuaded a federal appeals court
on Friday to reject shareholder claims that they permitted and then covered up
pervasive bribery by officials at the world's largest retailer's Mexico unit. By
a 3-0 vote, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in St. Louis upheld a lower
court dismissal of a federal lawsuit accusing the defendants, including former
chief executives Mike Duke and Lee Scott, of breaching their duties in failing
to stop alleged bribery at Wal-Mart de Mexico.
Chief Judge William Riley said the claims "do not give rise to a reasonable
inference that Wal-Mart's board of directors learned of the suspected bribery by
Wal-Mex while the alleged bribery was being covered up and the internal
The decision could spell the end of derivative litigation, where shareholders
seek to hold company officials liable for damages, stemming from the
Bentonville, Arkansas-based retailer's 2012 bribery scandal. Wal-Mart's
market value fell by roughly $17 billion over three days in April 2012, after
The New York Times published a Pulitzer Prize-winning report saying the retailer
paid bribes to Mexican officials to help it open stores faster.
FTC Requires Ahold and Delhaize Group to Sell 81 Stores as a Condition of Merger
Companies Operate Stop & Shop, Giant, Martin’s, Food Lion, and Hannaford
Koninklijke Ahold and Delhaize Group, which between them own and operate five
well-known U.S. supermarket chains, have agreed to sell 81 stores to settle
Federal Trade Commission charges that their proposed $28 billion merger would
likely be anticompetitive in 46 local markets in Delaware, Maryland,
Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
At the time the proposed merger was announced in June 2015, Netherlands-based
Ahold operated 760 supermarkets under the Stop & Shop, Giant, and Martin’s
banners in ten Eastern states and the District of Columbia. Delhaize,
headquartered in Belgium, operated 1,291 supermarkets under the Food Lion and
Hannaford banners in 14 Eastern and Southern states.
Calif. CVS Pharmacists Not Paid For Training, Suit Says
A proposed class of pharmacists for CVS Pharmacy Inc. has sued the company in
California state court, alleging that it failed to properly compensate regular
and overtime wages for completing company-mandated training modules. The class
said in its complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday that the
retailer paid pharmacists based on how long it believed the training should take
to complete, not how long it actually took.
Sports Authority's Unsecured Creditors Urge Ch. 7 Conversion
Sports Authority’s unsecured creditors committee pushed the Delaware bankruptcy
court Friday to convert the case to a Chapter 7 liquidation, arguing that
there’s no way the defunct retailer can even pay its $50 million pool of
administrative claims, let alone other lenders, and that staying in Chapter 11
abuses the system.
Walmart Stores Hiring 9,000
Customer Hosts Nationwide
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Cleveland Businesses Blame Weak Sales on Trump, Security Concerns
Irish value fashion brand Primark continues U.S. expansion
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Director, Assets Protection
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position has the ability to be located anywhere in the US. The
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the financial losses of restaurant operations related to theft, vandalism,
accidents, injuries, and improving WC & GL trends. Position will oversee the Sr.
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7-Eleven Gets LP Social!
AP Team Enjoys Free Pizza Party as Winner of 'Group LP Selfie' Competition
Friday, 7-Eleven's Asset Protection team gathered together at their corporate
headquarters in Irving, Texas for a free pizza party lunch, after being selected
previous drawing for the D&D Daily's "Get LP Social" Competition. The
winning photo was submitted last year by Byron Smith, Corporate AP Manager for
7-Eleven, following a corporate training event their team attended.
A special thank you to NuTech National - sponsors of the GLPS program - for
providing the pizzas to our winners! And thank you to all the LP teams who've
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Pokemon GO: Security Nightmare for BYOD
If you didn’t think your company needed to put a BYOD policy in place, the
popularity of Pokemon GO may change your mind. The app has been available for a
week, and, at least for now, users are spending more time per day playing the
game than they are using popular social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.
The app is also a security and privacy nightmare, and that, combined with the
popularity, should have businesses concerned about how chasing Squirtle could
put corporate information at risk.
First, there is the Android malware problem. Because the app was only
released officially in a few countries, not surprisingly, mirror apps were
created, and with mirror apps, there is always a greater risk of malware built
into the app.
Second, there is a flaw that means, when users sign in through their Google
account, the app has access to everything in those Google accounts –
email, documents, pictures, etc. – without permission.
If you have more than one employee in your company, chances are someone is
playing Pokemon GO on their personal smartphone, and that same phone is used for
business data transactions. We know about the problems involving Pokemon GO,
but what are the risks hiding in other apps? Are your BYOD policies able to meet
these security challenges?
EBay's plan to stay relevant: Artificial intelligence
As one of the internet's pioneers, eBay's seen it all. And now, it has a plan to
stay relevant for years to come and even be "one of the winners," the CEO told
CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
"We are planting the seeds right now to ensure that eBay is not only relevant,
but a leader - a disruptor - in artificial intelligence," CEO Devin Wenig said
on Thursday. "Some of the acquisitions we've done are world class teams of both
data analysts and engineering capability that are going to allow us to use this
incredible data set that we have."
Wenig said eBay hopes to build a personalized shopping experience based on data
they have on how people browse their site. "I think it's the future of
commerce," he said.
Macy's Testing AI in Stores
Macy's is testing a mobile tool using artificial intelligence that lets shoppers
get answers customized to the store they're in - like where a particular brand
is located or what's in stock - that they would normally ask a sales associate
face-to-face. The tool, which the nation's largest department store chain calls
a "mobile companion," can be accessed for now through a browser and will accept
questions in 10 U.S. locations about products, services and facilities. It uses
natural language and offers feedback in seconds.
It's developed by IBM Watson - the Jeopardy-winning "cognitive computing"
service and is designed to keep learning more about the store's customers.
That's a key element as Macy's seeks to spur sluggish sales, make being at the
store more enjoyable and distinguish itself from online portals and specialty
Former St. Louis Cardinals Exec Gets 4-Year Prison Sentence for "Hacking" Astros
Five Plead Guilty To Hacking Rival
The Zellman Group, LLC Joins
the Loss Prevention Research Council (LPRC) as a Solutions Partner Member
The Zellman Group, LLC is proud and excited to announce joining
Prevention Research Council (LPRC) as a solutions partner member.
As a solutions partner member, The Zellman Group has the opportunity to
collaborate and participate with the LPRC to continue to help retailers increase
sales while decreasing shrinkage.
"We've just added another key LPRC member," says Dr. Read Hayes, Director of The
Loss Prevention Retail Council. "The LPRC and our 40 retail chain members
welcome The Zellman Group to the fold; especially since their ORC expertise- and
creativity in several other important LP/AP areas are a nice compliment to
several of our very active working groups."
Throughout their almost twenty years of business, The Zellman Group has always
emphasized the importance of contributing to and improving the LP community. “We
are excited to be a contributing member to the Loss Prevention Research Council.
I find that the LPRC vision is in line with Zellman’s as we both are looking to
identify Loss Prevention solutions for the Loss Prevention industry.” Zellman
CEO, Stuart Levine states. “The LPRC work groups and action teams are in line
with the services provided by Zellman. As the leading provider of data analytics
or ORC recovery we are excited to participate in these groups.”
Loss Prevention Research Council is a leader in real world research and analysis
in the loss prevention and crime industry. Since its founding in 2001, by 10
leading retailers and Dr. Read Hayes, the LPRC has conducted 120 real world loss
prevention research projects. These research projects are conducted through
evidence-based studies with field experiments to provide retailers and solution
providers with ROI data, statistical models for reducing shortages, supply chain
and violent crime R&D, and an immense understanding for employee dishonesty and
Zellman Group is a loss prevention services company that focuses primarily in
retail, food service, and hospitality. At Zellman, we provide our clients with a
third party perspective, while preventing loss, maintaining consistency, and
maximizing profitability. Based in Greenvale, New York, The Zellman Group
executives have an intimate knowledge of loss prevention, audit, civil recovery,
analytics, and consulting.
'Live in Philadelphia'
at NRF Protect 2016
Introduction with Gus Downing
LIVE from Philadelphia at the NRF PROTECT 2016
Conference, the D&D Daily is honored to bring you another jam-packed agenda of
informative and meaningful interviews covering the hot topics and issues
impacting the retail loss prevention industry. From LP leaders who’ve developed
best-in-class programs and teams, to the solution providers offering
cutting-edge technologies, our upcoming series of videos offer a wealth of knowledge that you can
apply and use at your retailer and in your career. Kicking off our broadcast,
Publisher and Editor of the D&D Daily, introduces
LP’s Digital Fast-Break
LPNN Quick Take #1
LPNN’s dynamic duo is back! Catch up with
MCs Joe LaRocca, VP & Senior Advisor, Loss
Prevention, RetaiLPartners (and this year’s
NRF Ring of Excellence award winner), and
Amber Bradley, Owner & Brand Strategist,
Calibration, LLC, as they provide their signature witty banter throughout our
continuous 7-hour live broadcast.
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Sucuri discovers scam on
authentic ecommerce checkouts
Sucuri has discovered a phishing technique which plants malicious code on
authentic ecommerce checkout pages and payment modules.
attacks online have taken the form of either site hijacking to infect a
payment platform and log users’ credit card details, or site imitation where
fake modules collect login and payment details.
researchers have discovered the new technique across a number online stores
which run WordPress WooCommerce and Prestashop.
As well as checkout
page phishing, Sucuri detected payment modules, such as PayPal’s, hosted on
criminal servers. While this attack had only been seen on a few sites, it is
expected to be present across a large number of online portals as it is
extremely hard to flag.
Why you should be
protecting your brand online
In today’s online
world, it’s no longer enough for an ambitious brand to just have an
attractive shopfront on the high street and a recognisable logo.
While they are important, the growth of the internet means that the whole
world is now your potential customer base, so it’s important to give extra
thought to how you market your business online.
However, with the
internet being such a crowded space, there are a number of things you need
to consider to minimise the chance of your brand’s reputation being damaged.
Launching your brand on the internet
Picking a name
and an identity for your business and its products is hard enough, but it
could get even more difficult if you become embroiled in a legal battle over
trade marks. Carrying out plenty of due diligence beforehand is key,
otherwise you may face an embarrassing and expensive rebrand at a later
Protecting your brand
The ease of
registering a domain can make it easy for opportunistic registrants to
exploit other organisations’ brands. In addition to using online
marketplaces such as Amazon and eBay, a common tactic is to register domains
which are very similar to well-known brands, and use them to sell rival or
related products, counterfeit goods or carry out more advanced cybercrime.
Choosing a domain
often overlooked yet vital piece of the online branding puzzle is the humble
domain name. Your brand’s domain name can have a huge impact on how many
customers you attract. Be aware however, that generic domain names can also
be used for illegitimate purposes, as demonstrated by the controversial
launch of the .sucks domain. Buyers have already claimed some websites
targeting global brands with a companyname.sucks domain.
Bethlehem, GA: Publix
employee charged in $14,000 theft
A man who
worked at the Publix supermarket in the Barrow County community of Bethlehem
is charged with stealing almost $14,000 from the store over the past seven
months. Brandon Lee Smith worked as the customer service manager, stole the
money in 52 different transactions in amounts never exceeding $400.
Three Men Arrested for
Stealing 1,100 Tahoe Ski Passes
from the Reno-Tahoe area have been arrested for stealing 1,100 ski pass
vouchers from Heavenly Mountain Resort. The passes are valued at $120 a
piece with the total value somewhere around $116,520.
NC: Target shoplifter flees police, chase ends with one killed in a crash
Debbie Patterson died Saturday while riding
in a car that wrecked while being wildly driven by a man who police say they
were trying to stop because he was suspected of stealing $1,138 worth of
items from Target in Gastonia. Police said Patterson's role in the larceny
remains under investigation. Her daughter, Angela Short, said her
62-year-old mother remained in the car during the theft and was not part of
the heist of razor blades, teeth whiteners, and flea and tick medicine,
among other items reportedly taken. Kirkland has eight convictions in Gaston
and Lincoln counties since November 2000 on larceny or breaking and entering
charges. He faces a total of eight charges in this case, including
misdemeanor death by vehicle, reckless driving, larceny and fleeing to elude
WA: Two suspects wanted for hundreds in Foot Care products from Walgreens
Two women were caught on camera at a Walgreens stealing $800 worth of
foot care products. Detectives think they’re organized retail thieves who
sell the stolen stuff. They entered the store separately. Detectives say
they’re so good at stealing it’s tough to even see them do it, but they’re
escape wasn’t so smooth — setting off the sensor alarms at the front doors —
then darting to a car and driving away.
Two men stole from
Walmart to get gift card
Two men face charges
after police say they conspired to steal items from Walmart in hopes of
returning them for a gift card. Joseph F. Thibeault was charged with
shoplifting and Arnold W. Carver was arraigned on a conspiracy charge. The
loss prevention officer said his assistant manager saw Thibeault place
$174.12 worth of merchandise into Walmart bags Carver supplied. Vitale
reports Thibeault told him Craver selected items and placed them in a
shopping cart, intending for Thibeault to return the items at the service
desk and get a gift card.
Lehigh Valley, PA:
Shoplifting scheme yields 29 packets of heroin
Justine S. Graci, 21, at noon Saturday entered the Wal-Mart in Lower
Nazareth Township and took a television off the shelf, police said. Graci
then allegedly brought the TV to the customer service desk and attempted to
return it for a store gift card. Police were familiar with Graci; he is
accused of performing the same scheme with an air conditioning unit on
Tuesday. Officers arrested Graci and searched him finding 29 packets of
heroin and a small bag of cocaine in his possession. He is charged with
theft, possession of a controlled substance, criminal attempt of theft and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
El Paso, TX: Police looking for man who
stole 16 bottles of Body wash from Dollar General
Merrill, WI: UPC Switcher Arrested;
self check out and priced Pet Food and Diapers under 50 cents
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Quarter 2 Robberies & Burglaries up 18.7% from Quarter 1
the second quarter of 2016, the D&D Daily reported a total of 1,366 robberies and
burglaries across the United States. This, compared to last quarter's 1,151 case
total is an 18.7% increase. After analyzing these cases and breaking
them down into three categories, we can observe where the hot spots are in terms
of which cities, states and retailers see the most incidents.
the second quarter, the cities with the greatest number of incidents were
Houston, Texas (18), Omaha, Nebraska (15), and Las Vegas, NV (15). See the extended list of the top 16
cities in the graph below:
On a statewide level, the highest number of robberies and burglaries occurred in
Texas (106), California (89) and Florida (85) - the most populous states in the
country. The graph below depicts the top 16 states with the highest number of
robberies and burglaries:
Of the cases reported by the Daily in the first quarter, Dollar General (81),
7-Eleven (65) and CVS
(54) were the retailers with the most occurrences. The graph below shows the
top 15 retailers with the most robberies and burglaries:
For a geographic picture of where the hot spots are for burglaries and robberies
in the United States, the Daily generated a heat map illustration:
Shootings & Deaths
Britain, CT: Arrest made after New Britain shopping plaza shooting
Two arrest warrants have been issued after four people were injured in a
shooting in the parking lot of a strip mall in New Britain early Sunday.
Police arrested Roberto Alicea. Alicea, who was already in police custody on
a related weapon violation, was charged with one count each of criminal
possession of a firearm and third-degree assault. Several police officers
from multiple jurisdictions, including New Britain and Hartford, responded
to reported gunfire at 5 a.m. in front of a business on 40 Martin Luther
King Drive. Police arrived and immediately began to cordon off a section of
the Town Fair Tire parking lot with crime scene tape.
VA: Demonstrators march at Walmart demanding justice for person killed by
former Police officer
Days before the murder
trial of Stephen Rankin begins, dozens of people gathered to demand justice
in the name of William Chapman, the person Rankin killed in 2015. Rankin who
was a Portsmouth police officer at the time shot Chapman after Rankin
responded to a shoplifting call at Walmart on Frederick Boulevard and after
he and Chapman got into a scuffle outside the store. Organizers of a march
at the business Sunday mapped out a route they felt had significance to the
case. The demonstrators walked through the store, chanting for justices as
they exited. Then, they walked to the section of the parking lot where they
said Chapman was killed.
Grand Chutes, WI:
Officer involved shooting with suspected shoplifters
at Pawn America
On Saturday, a Grand Chute police officer arrived at Pawn America at
about 6:30 p.m. to check on two retail theft suspects. When Police arrived,
the interaction "started to go very bad," according to Appleton Police Sgt.
Dave Lund. The officer was "not getting cooperation from the two
individuals," and asked for a supervisor to help investigate, Lund said. One
person, a 36-year-old man, became combative, and got access to one of the
squad cars. The man freed himself and put the squad car — with a police dog
inside — in gear. He backed into the other parked squad car, injuring the
police supervisor. The man then fled in the squad car as additional Grand
Chute officers arrived. Lund said officers believed an officer was "down",
or had been shot, so they fired multiple shots at the squad car as it left
the parking lot. The 36-year-old was wounded. Lund was unsure of the
severity of his injuries or how many times he was struck. The suspect was
arrested following a high speed chase that end a crash.
Robberies & Thefts
Robber taken down by Security
Police arrested a
Norwalk man after he robbed a grocery store pharmacy of painkillers Sunday.
Albert Eloy Keil, 23, was booked on suspicion of robbery and burglary
shortly after the crime, which took place about noon inside an Albertsons
store, 2400 W. Commonwealth Ave., according to police. Keil verbally
threatened employees at the pharmacy before hopping over the counter and
helping himself to about $900 worth of codeine pills, Alhambra police Sgt.
Ruben Soriano said. But store security guards immediately captured the
robber, who was not armed, and held him until police arrived, the sergeant
Valdosta, GA: Police
move in quickly to catch a Walmart Armed Robber
A man has been arrested after police sat he tried to rob the Walmart on
Inner Perimeter Road, Thursday. Valdosta Police say the 29 year old, William
Brazelton went inside the store and around 4:30 and approached the center
counter. Brazelton then handed the cashier a note demanding money while
suggesting he had a weapon. Employees were able to contact police, who got
there in time to arrest Brazelton for Armed Robbery.
East Baton Rouge, LA:
Deputies nab two accused of Winn Dixie break-in
At 3am Saturday two men were arrested after running away from the lawmen
after they caught the pair leaving a Winn Dixie they'd broken into, with one
of the thieves pushing a shopping cart full of stolen alcohol and cigarettes
for part of the chase.
Columbia, SC: Is
Wal-Mart a crime magnet in the Midlands?
look at the numbers. In first half of 2016, 14 percent of Camden police
calls involved Wal-Mart.
US Senate makes July counterfeit
Kay Jewelry in the Livingston Mall, Livingston, NJ reported a
Distraction Theft on 7/24, merchandise valued at $249
Piercing Pagoda in the Fashion Fair
Mall, Fresno, CA reported a Grab& Run on 7/22, merchandise valued at $599
PA: 13-year-old girl charged with Arson of Dunkin' Donuts
A 13-year-old Shamokin girl intentionally torched the women’s restroom at
Dunkin’ Donuts late Saturday night. Police say the teenager ignited the
toilet paper holder in the restroom shortly before 11:30 p.m. The restroom
was badly damaged. Eight people including staff and customers evacuated as
heavy smoke filled the dining area. Eight criminal counts including felony
arson are pending against the teenager in Northumberland County juvenile
Franklin Park, IL:
Forman Mills fire under investigation, possible Arson
Emergency services were dispatched to a fire at Forman Mills, 10205
Grand Ave., at 2:15 p.m. July 15. Officers say as they arrived on the scene,
employees and customers were already outside the business, which was filled
with smoke, while Franklin Park and Leyden fire department personnel were
putting out the fire inside the store. Once the fire was extinguished, fire
personnel reportedly told officers the fire was not accidental and that
men's jeans on a rack in the store had been set on fire. No accelerant was
believed to have been used to start the fire, according to fire officials.
Fairbanks, AK: Man
steals purses and wallets for shopping carts; charged with nearly $8,000 in
A 23-year-old Fairbanks man faces
multiple felony charges for stealing purses and wallets from area retail
stores shopping carts during the course of a month. Cordy Mai Martin
allegedly got away with $900 in cash and rang up $6,966.58 in fraudulent
credit and debit card purchases. He also allegedly stole a cellphone from a
shopping cart and sold it at a local video game store.
Albertson’s – Alhambra, CA - Robbery
Arco – San Ysidro, CA – Armed Robbery
Artemis Outfitters – Greenville, DE – Burglary/ 27
Boost Mobile – Winston-Salem, NC - Armed Robbery
Bucky's Express – Council Bluffs, IA – Armed
C-Store – Dallas, TX – Armed Robbery
Cash for Gift Cards – Santa Rosa, CA – Armed
Robbery/ employee injured
Cash Lawn - Dayton, OH - Burglary
Circle K – Lafayette, LA – Armed Robbery
Cumberland Farms – Sebastian, FL – Robbery
CVS – Memphis, TN – Armed Robbery
Dollar General – Bowling Green, KY - Armed Robbery
Dollar General – New Orleans, LA – Armed Robbery
Dulono’s Pizza – Minneapolis, MN – Armed Robbery/
delivery man shot
Exxon – Miami Gardens, FL – Shooting/ 1 killed
Family Dollar – New Orleans, LA – Armed Robbery
Food Mart – Portsmouth, VA - Armed Robbery
Korner Market – Springfield, TN – Armed Robbery/
Market on Second – Rome, GA – Armed Robbery
Pic-Pac – Little Rock, AR – Shooting
Quick Stop – Smyrna, TN – Armed Robbery
Redner’s – Allentown, PA - Armed Robbery
Rite Aid – Naples, FL – Armed Robbery
Sprint – Darien, IL – Burglary
Super Stop – Natchitoches, LA – Shooting/ 1 killed
Toys R Us – Waldorf, MD – Burglary
Turkey Hill – Sunbury, PA – Armed Robbery
U.S. Cellular – Rockford, IL – Robbery
Vault – Lewiston, ME – Robbery/ Assault
Village Package – Dover, DE – Armed Robbery
Wawa – Henrico County, VA – Armed Robbery
Wawa – Newark, DE – Robbery
Winn Dixie – Baton Rouge, LA – Burglary
7-Eleven – San Diego, CA – Robbery
7-Eleven – Orange County, FL – Shooting/ 1 killed
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Loss Prevention Specialist will
protect company assets through the execution of safety, inventory recovery and
internal and external theft reduction programs. Assist with reduction of loss
inventory, time, and assets. Monitor surveillance equipment. Identify, observe
and apprehend shoplifters and others (internal or external) involved in acts of
Loss Prevention Specialist
The Loss Prevention
thorough knowledge of Ascena Retail
Group, Inc. security, life safety,
and operational procedures. Performs
duties as a floor officer and acts
as a deterrent to theft and
providing life safety...
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