Jewelers' Security Alliance Reports 6-Month Crime Statistics and Trends
- Dollar losses and number of crimes decline over past 5 years
New York, NY -
Jewelers' Security Alliance has released its crime statistics for
the first six months of 2016 which indicate a continued decline in crime against
the diamond, jewelry and watch industry in the U.S. Dollar losses decreased from
$33.2 million to $30.8 million, and the number of crimes decreased from 562 to
John Kennedy, President of JSA, said of the results, "While violence and large
losses still pose a major threat to the industry, the long-time trend of overall
losses is still heading down. Improved security measures by jewelers,
greater sharing of information on crimes and suspects, and excellent work by the
FBI, ATF, and local law enforcement agencies around the country have all
contributed to improved results."
Notable features of the six month results included 30 smash and grab robberies,
and over 40 gunpoint robberies, which provided a majority of the large losses.
Violence in these robberies included shootings, pistol whippings, the use of
pepper spray, and other violence. There were also 10 cases, an unusually large
number, in which burglars used vehicles to break into retail jewelry stores, and
20 cases in which burglars broke in from the roof, side walls or an adjoining
business rather than through a window or a door.
JSA received reports of 187 grab and runs in retail jewelry stores, 49
distraction thefts and 36 sneak thefts. Despite the new credit cards with chips,
thieves have used stolen cards and counterfeit drivers' licenses to continue to
carry out numerous fraudulent transactions, particularly seeking high end
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Miami Area Retailers See Impact From Zika Scare
Retailers in Miami are trying to contain the fallout from the Zika virus as
city, state and federal governments step up initiatives to contain the spread of
the disease. The first confirmed cases in the continental U.S. occurred in
the Wynwood section, the burgeoning, street art-coated warehouse district north
of downtown, which regularly receives busloads of international tourists
among about 300,000 monthly visitors, according to its Business Improvement
Since late July, when the first locally acquired case was confirmed in Wynwood,
the Florida Department of Health has reported 16 cases in Miami-Dade and
Broward counties. Nearly all were in Wynwood or linked to a case from there.
Miami also has the most travel-related Zika cases - more than 100 - of any
county in Florida, a quarter of the total in the state.
Zika's arrival during the summer slowdown is bittersweet, but Wynwood businesses
definitely took a dive. Many blamed media hype as TV and cable news crews'
parked satellite trucks in front of neighborhood landmarks. Several of its
retailers like Shinola, Warby Parker and Marine Layer weren't available for
comment, but those who would go on record reported a swift decline.
With its open-air malls and street retail, the city of Miami Beach implemented a
program to reduce standing water and storm water collected in drains in January.
Intense, city-wide inspections of commercial and residential property
started right after the Wynwood outbreak was announced.
Ex-Chipotle employee awarded $550,000 in pregnancy discrimination lawsuit
A U.S. District Court jury in Washington, D.C., awarded a former employee of the
burrito chain $550,000 after determining that she was fired by her manager for
being pregnant, according to the Washington Business Journal. According to the
lawsuit, after Doris Garcia Hernandez told her manager that she was pregnant, he
restricted her access to water and bathroom breaks and would not allow her to
leave work early to attend a pre-natal doctor's appointment.
Sprint Settles Proposed Background Checks Class Action
Sprint has managed to settle a proposed class action accusing the phone carrier
of violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act by asking prospective employees to
waive an array of privacy rights, according to a filing Monday in Illinois
federal court. Sprint Corp. and job applicant Roberto Rodriguez Jr. jointly
filed a stipulation of dismissal agreeing to voluntarily toss the suit with
prejudice and without costs, resolving the lawsuit before Rodriguez managed to
expand the case to a proposed nationwide class covering Sprint retail job
applicants who signed a form authorizing a third party to perform a background
Amazon's Deal With Warehouse Workers Gets Judge's Nod
A California federal judge on Friday preliminarily signed off on a proposed
$600,000 settlement between Amazon.com LLC and a class of warehouse employees at
Amazon unit Golden State FC LLC over failure to provide accurate itemized
wage statements. The preliminary approval concerns a class of warehouse
associates employed by Amazon.com subsidiary Golden State FC from March 18,
2014, through Aug. 5 - the preliminary approval date - over their employer's
alleged failure to provide accurate, itemized wage statements.
CEO-Employee Pay Ratio Disclosure No Panacea
As U.S. companies gear up to disclose the ratio of the compensation of a chief
executive to the median compensation of employees, research in the U.K. shows
that similar disclosures this side of the Atlantic have done little to stop the
rise in CEO pay or to nudge employees' pay higher.
CEO pay and its reflection of firm performance has been a preoccupation of U.K.
policy makers for a while, and since 2002 companies have had to produce a
directors' compensation report for shareholder vote, albeit a non-binding one. A
few shareholder revolts later, executive pay became subject to a binding vote at
least every three years from 2013, and the disclosure details were enhanced to
provide more transparency for investors. But the law stops short of requiring
the publication of a ratio between the pay of top executives and average
NYC's Store Wars
150 years after the department store's first heyday in New York, a tectonic
shift in shopping is taking place in the city. Over the next three years, a
slate of new or newly renovated stores is aiming to make Manhattan once again a
futuristic laboratory of retail science - all despite the harshest retail
environment since the Great Recession. With open floor plans, art installations
and locavore eateries, they are intended to be entertainment zones as much as
abandoning a longtime status symbol
- and it's killing Macy's
Both Macy's and Nordstrom reported
sales declines in their most recent quarters. Many analysts expect more bad
news when the companies report earnings this month. But one category that
has been suffering amid department stores' struggles is the designer
handbag, which has long been a status symbol for American women. Key handbag
brands - like Michael Kors, Coach, and Kate Spade - have been hurting
recently as consumers shop at the company's cheaper outlet stores instead of
buying full-price at department stores.
Report: Bankrupt Aeropostale in negotiations with Versa Capital
Aeropostale is negotiating a potential sale to private equity firm Versa Capital
Management LLC, Reuters reported. Versa specializes in distressed investments.
In court papers filed at the end of last week, the retailer said it has been in
discussions with Versa regarding a possible stalking horse bid at the chain's
bankruptcy auction later this month. The bid by Versa could include a cash
payment for Aéropostale's inventory, and the assumption of more than 500
store leases, with "continued employment for thousands of store-level and
Ulta Beauty reposts Director LP - Store Ops position on LinkedIn
Based in Bolingbrook, IL, the Director, Loss Prevention - Store Operations is
responsible for leading and inspiring a team of Regional Loss Prevention
Managers and Area Loss Prevention Managers and coordinating Loss Prevention
efforts for the largest beauty retailer in the United States.
Wind Gap, PA: OSHA
investigating fatal forklift accident at NAPA distribution center
Coach to shutter 25% of shops inside department stores
Dunkin' Donuts to open 17 new stores in Atlanta
CVS Wins Exit From Pharmacists' Wage Suits In $2M Deal
Delta Airlines cancels 1,300 flights following computer outage
Same Stores Sales Results
Coach Q4 comps up 2%, net sales up 15%
Gap Inc. Q2 comps down 2%, net sales down 1.3%
Gap Global comps down 3%
Banana Republic Global down 9%
Old Navy Global flat
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6 Myths Of Data Breach
While the number of major security
events has exploded and the space has experienced growth in the professional
ranks, there remain a number of myths and common challenges in breach
1. "If We Have to Notify Customers, It Will Be
the End of Us" One of the worst mistakes a company can make in
breach response would be to delay notification or, worse yet, stretch the
analysis in order to avoid notifying consumers.
"Notifying Consumers Is No Big Deal - It Happens All the Time"
Succumbing to the myth that either notification is the end of the world or
that notification does not matter whatsoever can lead to unnatural and
surprisingly negative results. An experienced, evenhanded and knowing
analysis of the facts and the law should make the decision of whether, when
and how to notify relatively easy.
3. "We Need to Tell the Public
Everything as Quickly as Possible" Knowing when to notify
the public and third parties and what to say to them is an essential
component of risk mitigation in incident response.
4. "We Only
Need an Email Header to Protect Everything Under the Attorney-Client
Privilege" The prevailing paradigm in breach response is to have a
forensic investigator hired either by internal or external counsel and have
the investigation conducted under the attorney-client privilege. This is
absolutely appropriate as it is a legal investigation conducted with the
assistance of an expert in order to render legal advice. Perhaps the most
common mistake is the belief that anything labeled "Attorney-Client
Privileged" will be protected by the privilege and therefore immune to
production to adversaries, which is an overly simplistic view and quite
possibly completely wrong.
5. "I Will Just Use My Existing
Counsel/PR Firm for This Breach" Many professional firms are
entering the incident response space because of the significant market
opportunity that it represents. In-house counsel should familiarize
themselves with the true experience of those they seek to hire.
6. "We Should Just Use Our Existing Security Firm - They Know Our
Systems" Incident responders and forensic investigators experienced
in these matters can be the difference between a fast and effective breach
response and a slow, ineffective response.
How Close Are We to Biometric Credit Cards?
Closer Than You Think, Whether You Want Them or Not
"The need for a safer biometric credit card has never been clearer," says Chaya
Hendrick, CEO at SmartMetric, a manufacturer of biometric, fingertip-based
credit cards. "That's why we have spent over a decade in research and
development to place a fingerprint reader inside a credit card. Biometric cards
are a quantum leap in credit card security and arguably the biggest advance in
card security since the invention of the credit card itself."
SmartMetric released its biometric payment card last April at the Smart Card
Alliance Payments Forum in Orlando, Fla., and says it's currently "in talks with
card issuing banks around the world."
According to the company, the technology relies on an internally-developed
"super-thin" fully functional fingerprint reader that is embedded inside the
credit card. "The biometric reader is used to turn on the card's surface chip
following a fingerprint match and prior to being inserted into card readers or
ATMs," the company says.
Contactless POS Transactions to Reach $500B by 2017
Juniper Research forecasts that point of sale (POS) terminal payment
transactions will jump to $500 billion next year from about $321 billion
currently. The bulk of the growth hinges on retailer adoption of contactless
terminals, which has mostly occurred in Europe - led by the U.K. In the U.S.,
adoption rates are slower, and while consumers install contactless payment apps
like Apple Pay and use it once, repeat usage lags.
'Self Audit' employee security training catches 3.5 year-long breach
Michigan State Police issue warning about credit card security chips
and ALL-TAG Announce Expansion:
EAS Tag Sorting and Distribution Center in Vietnam
Boca Raton, Florida - TIC Group and ALL-TAG Corporation announce the
opening of a new sorting and distribution center in Vietnam, which is a direct
response to the huge growth of retail garment manufacturers moving to that
country. TIC Group specializes in hanger and EAS Tag reuse, as well as, the
reverse logistics that help retailers be more efficient and profitable. ALL-TAG
is a leading manufacturer of Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) solutions,
such as EAS security tags, EAS security labels, and ink tags.
Group and ALL-TAG's ten-year EAS Tag Recirculation partnership is helping
retailers source apply EAS tags at their garment manufacturing facilities around
the world. The partnership provides sorting, re-boxing, and quality checking of
EAS Tags, along with full-service logistics to move EAS tags from the retailer's
stores and/or distribution centers to their garment manufacturers around the
The new EAS tag sorting facility in Vietnam will greatly reduce the amount of
time it takes to transport EAS tags from the retailer to their garment
manufacturers. The shorter transport time will substantially reduce the number
of EAS tags needed for Recirculation. The new facility in Vietnam is in addition
to ALL-TAG's current sorting facilities in Ningbo, China, Boca Raton, Florida,
Hong Kong, Stockport, U.K. and Colombo, Sri Lanka.
EAS Tag Recirculation is playing a large role in the evolution of retail
logistics and loss prevention. Retailers realize that in-store tagging is very
expensive, time-consuming, and highly inefficient, and they are looking toward
solutions that move EAS tagging to the most economical place in the logistics
chain - out of the store, and to where the merchandise is manufactured.
Enterprising early adopters, such as Kohl's, Gap, Zara, Lululemon, and Banana
Republic have proven that EAS Tag Recirculation can provide important cost
savings to their stores.
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NY E-Tailer To Pay $100k Penalty For Consumer Data Breach
A vision products e-tailer that failed to notify customers that its website had
been the target of a data breach that possibly exposed as many as 25,000 credit
card numbers has agreed to pay a $100,000 penalty and boost its data security
practices, the New York attorney general said on Friday. The settlement concerns
Provision Supply LLC, the operator of EZContactsUSA.com, a Brooklyn-based e-tailer
that sells contact lenses and eyewear.
The Blurred Lines Of
Digital Identity Authentication
From data and
devices, to behavior analysis and technology, there's a growing number of
ways digital identities are being authenticated in the payments ecosystem
today. But identity assurance is still a hard nut to crack. Though there are
many tools and technologies out there, knowing when to use what and where
can be a complex decision. Not only is fraud prevention top of mind, but
also ensuring that authentication doesn't include increased friction on the
consumer or strain on a merchant. As new approaches to authentication
continue to emerge, the definition of what it means to validate a person's
digital identity is also blurring.
The rise of mobile payments has
led to the development of a new set of standards and technologies to
authenticate a consumer to an account and then authorize that transaction
when that token is passed to the merchant at the point of sale.
Payments tokens that networks generate are starting to blur the line, Madhu
said, between the once distinct lines between authentication and
authorization and can make it harder to detect whether the token that is
being passed is from a legitimate accountholder. Madhu cited the account
takeover fraud that plagued Apple Pay in its early days. Stolen card
credentials were tokenized, and then passed very securely to the merchant
and back to the issuer for authorization. The weak link was the inability to
authenticate that the user was legitimate.
Though we're not there
yet, the industry is moving in a direction that could potentially separate
the payment account credential from the identity credential, creating a
secure digitized consumer credential capable of being managed and mapped
across different connected endpoints, not just to the merchant point of sale
online and in-store.
eBay Brings Shopping
to the Wrist
Rockledge, FL: Couple found guilty of Multi- million dollar Racketeering
charges in Polk County 'Operation Got Milk'; Woman faces up to 150 years;
man up to 30 years|
A 51-year-old woman was
convicted late Sunday of racketeering and money laundering in a statewide
theft of baby formula worth millions of dollars. Alicia Tondreau-Leve now
faces a maximum sentence of 150 years in prison. Her husband, Alan Leve, 52,
who was convicted of conspiracy to commit racketeering, faces 30 years in
prison. Circuit Court jurors deliberated for eight hours before convicting
the couple, said Kylie Mason, press secretary for Attorney General Pam
Bondi. A sentencing hearing before Circuit Judge Wayne Durden is scheduled
for Sept. 23. Officials said the thefts occurred in Polk County and across
Central Florida in Publix Super Markets, Wal-Mart, Winn-Dixie and Target
stores over a two-year period. Each of the businesses lost $1 million to $2
million over that time, investigators reported, according to The Orlando
Sentinel. In opening statements, Paul Dontenville, assistant statewide
prosecutor, said the couple planned to buy a $500,000 home in Brevard County
with cash. "This criminal enterprise spanned the entire state of Florida,"
Dontenville said. Tondreau-Leve's lawyer, Greg Eisenmenger, said his client
ran a business on Craigslist that involved the sale of baby formula, but she
didn't know the formula was stolen. "They never informed her it was stolen,"
Eisenmenger told The Ledger during a break in the trial in July. "People
stole the formula, sold the formula to people in other areas then sold it to
her." In 2014, Tondreau-Leve, who lived in Melbourne, was arrested after a
sting involving the delivery of a truckload of 3,300 cans of formula to a
storage facility in Melbourne by undercover agents. Jurors learned during
the trial that about $35,000 in cash and 3,000 cans of formula worth about
$200,000 were recovered. Stolen cans of Enfamil and Similac were sold for an
average of $6 to local "fences" who then sold them to a regional buyer for
shipment to out-of-state distributors, according to reports at the time of
the arrest in July 2014.
GA: 4 Arrested in $100,000 Shoplifting Ring Tied Outlet Shoppes in 5 states
Police in Edinburgh, Indiana, on Thursday,
Aug. 4 arrested four Tennessee residents. Each suspect has been tied to
high-dollar thefts at outlet malls in at least five states, including
Georgia. Police say the thefts, resulting in the loss of merchandise
collectively worth more than $100,000, kicked off in June of this year. True
Religion at the Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta in Woodstock was targeted on June
27, and merchandise worth more than $19,000 was stolen, Woodstock police
note. On July 13, the same group allegedly shoplifted from Adidas and Polo
stores in Woodstock where more than $11,000 in merchandise was stolen.
Woodstock police investigators, working with counterparts with the Calhoun
Police Department, were able to identify the suspect responsible for the
thefts in their cities as well as similar crimes in surrounding
jurisdictions and states.
Station, TX: Men charged with stealing hundreds of pairs of jeans from JC
A couple of Houston men are charged
with stealing jeans from JCPenney stores all over the state, and police say
they were caught in the act in College Station. According to Houston police
documents, the operation has been happening since 2012 with an "organized
group of professional boosters." Police say Ramiro Rodriguez appears to be
the leader of the group. Police say they watched Jose del Angel leave the
JCPenney at Post Oak--later police found out he left with 134 pairs of
allegedly stolen Levi's--and followed him to the Lowe's parking lot, where
they say he met up with Rodriguez who helped him load up his trunk with the
North Attleboro, CT:
Former Planet Fitness employee busted in $4,000 iPad thefts from Walmart;
'STAFF' t-shirt gave him away
Police traced a
suspect in the theft of five iPads worth almost $4,000 from Walmart through
his gym T-shirt that read "Staff" on the back. Jessie Ocasio allegedly
confessed to stealing the iPads and selling them on the street for $150 each
to feed his heroin habit.
Deerfield, IL: 2 Women
arrested in $2,100 thefts of Baby Formula and Diaper from two Jewel Foods
Two women were charged with retail theft July 31 after they were stopped
outside Jewel Foods, 16 S. Waukegan Rd., with 66 items valued at $1,373 that
had not been purchased. The items included a large quantity of baby formula
and diapers. The employee said the store had been alerted by a Jewel Food
store in Glenview about two people who had attempted to steal $735 worth of
Pair charged in theft of
$1256 worth of jewelry, handbags from Belk in Hoover
The theft happened on July 13 at Belk. The pair, police said, worked
together to take various pieces of Bright jewelry and six Nine West purses.
The items totaled $1,256. As they were trying to leave the store, the
suspects got into a physical altercation with Loss Prevention employees.
Police on July 21 publicized surveillance photos. Investigators said
numerous tips came in through Crime Stoppers.
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Bronx, NY: Bodega worker
fatally shot after man grabs Officer's gun
The incident began when Guzman walked into the unidentified 49-year-old
victim's store to try to sell cellphone accessories, such as chargers and
cases. After a brief argument, the worker threw him out of the store and
watched Guzman walk into a bodega across the street. The worker then
followed Guzman into A&M to warn workers there about the troublemaker. When
police showed up, they had to break up a fight between Guzman and the
workers. As police were leading Guzman out of the store, he pulled a gun
from the holster of one of the officers and unloaded several shots, striking
and killing the 49-year-old man, police said. Another cop fired three shots
at Guzman, striking him twice.
Robberies & Thefts
Battle Creek, MI: Macy's
employee threatened with knife,
2 arrested in robbery at mall
A Macy's employee approached the two males and one of them pulled a knife
and threatened the worker shortly before 11 a.m. Monday, Aug. 8. The
employee was not injured. The pair was arrested a short time later by Battle
Creek police, the stolen merchandise and 3 knives were recovered.
Brownsville, TX: Parents
drag kids across expressway to flee Police
Brownsville couple is facing multiple charges including child endangerment
after dragging their children across the expressway as they tried to evade
police. The incident happened Saturday evening as the couple allegedly stole
$243 worth of merchandise from Sunrise Mall. Loss prevention officers report
Rocha pulled out a pair of pliers and threatened them, as the officers tried
to stop the couple.
Chatham, NJ: Man charged
in $75,000 Crescent Jewelers Armed Robbery
Michael Reed has been charged as one of two accomplices who police say tied
up an employee of Crescent Jewelers in Chatham with duct tape and robbed him
at gunpoint of more than $75,000 worth of jewelry in July. Reed has been
arrested 20 times in his adult life and been convicted four times for
offenses that include robbery, theft and narcotics.
Cincinnati, OH: Ollie's Cashier and friend
busted for theft,
followed by assault charge
Kara Whitney, 24, filled a shopping cart at Ollie's with
$164 worth of merchandise on Aug. 7. She got into a line where the cashier
was her friend, and police said her friend let her walk through without
paying. A security guard stood in front of Whitney's car door so she could
not leave, police said, and she charged at him and punched him in the face.
Chicago, IL Fresh Market employees come
together to stop a Robbery
treats each other like family, with respect. Everybody gets to know each
other here and we've got everybody's back," said employee Ulises Solis. That
closeness was very apparent last night when two men came in to rob the store
around closing time. "Once we realized the guns were fake, we chased that
guy down and we were able to hold him until the cops got here," Solis said.
Dilworth, NC: Elementary
School Principal busted at Sam's Club for over $1000 theft; Self Check out
Shannon Jean Dahlberg was charged
Monday with felony theft. Sam's Club LP noticed Dahlberg making transactions
at the self check out, she would scan low-price items, and keep high-priced
items in her cart, then leave the low-dollar items in the scanning checkout
area. Further investigation indicates the thefts had gone on fro months,
totaling over $1,300.
Odessa, KS: Citizens Arrest of Suspect
in Lowe's $300 theft
Norwalk, CT: Home Depot Associate bust
for $827 register theft
Cleveland, OH: RNC investigation leads Police
to bust suspected credit card theft operation
Police busted a suspected ring of credit card thieves in a suburban
Cleveland hotel during last month's Republican National Convention. Westlake
police officers responded to a July 18 call from a hotel clerk at TownePlace
Suites about suspicious activity related to the RNC. There, officers found
four people sitting in parked cars outside the hotel carrying over 30
counterfeit credit and debit cards issued by banks and credit unions in at
least five different states.
Houston, TX: Credit Card thief purchases
$34,000 of Flooring on stolen American Express
Protection Association's (TAPA) warns of increased
Cargo crimes in the Europe, Middle East and Africa
(EMEA) region continue to grow in frequency, according to the Transported
Asset Protection Association's (TAPA) Incident Information Service (IIS)
database. The IIS reveals that there were 598 new freight-related cargo
losses recorded in the second quarter of this year, representing a 92.9%
increase on the same three months of 2015.
Of the new incidents
reported to TAPA's IIS for the three months that ended on 30 June, there was
a combined loss value for products stolen of $21.4m representing a
significant increase on the $5.9M figure for the same period of 2015. The
second-quarter losses, when added to crimes that involved a loss in the
first quarter of this year, make for a total loss value of $30.3M across the
EMEA region over the first six months of this year (based on crimes reported
College Park, GA: Discount mall raided, several
arrests and loads of merchandise seized
A College Park discount mall was raided Monday by police and federal
agents after vendors were accused of selling counterfeit goods. After
undercover investigations, officials arrested several vendors at The
Discount Mall who were believed to be involved in the selling of fake,
high-end designer handbags, shoes and watches. It is believed this is the
fifth raid in the past 10 years.
Beijing, China: Fake
Victoria's Secret underwear seized
enforcement officials in Xicheng district raided some stores in a wholesale
market near Beijing Zoo, seizing more than 5,000 pieces of underwear and
sleepwear of counterfeit American brand Victoria's Secret on August 4.
UK: Derbyshire: A
Derbyshire trader who admitted selling counterfeit handbags and purses
carrying designer labels has been handed a curfew and had 140 items seized
The charges related to counterfeit goods being sold
as original Michael Kors, UGG, Chanel and Louis Vuitton products.
Boost Mobile - Pittsburgh, PA - Armed Robbery
B-Quick - Starkville, MS - Robbery
Circle K - Tucson, AZ - Robbery
Dollar General - Akron, OH - Armed Robbery
Domino's - Menomonie, WI -Burglary
Edgewood Express - Pittsburgh, PA - Robbery
Family Dollar - Cleveland, OH - Burglary
Family Dollar - Leavenworth, KS - Armed Robbery
Famous Footwear - Tulsa, OK - Burglary
Fisherman's Wharf - San Francisco, CA - Burglary
Fresh Market - Chicago, IL - Robbery
Jack in the Box - Broken Arrow, OK - Armed Robbery
Kangaroo Express - Clarksville, TN - Armed Robbery
Mama Rosa's - Akron, OH - Armed Robbery
Mountain View C-Store - Anchorage, AL - Shooting/ 1 injured
ODIN Firearms - San Angelo, TX - Burglary / 1 Arrested
Quik Mart - Tucson, AZ - Armed Robbery
Romantix - Commerce City, CO - Armed Robbery
Smoke Shop - Peoria, AZ - Armed Robbery
Star Mart - Killeen, TX -Robbery
Subway - Santa Fe, NM - Armed Robbery/ shot fired
Tony's Guns - Sumter County, SC - Burglary
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