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PayPal Gets LP Social!

AP Teams in Scottsdale and Omaha Enjoy Free Pizza Parties
as Winner of 'Group LP Selfie' Competition

Last week, PayPal's Global Investigations teams in Scottsdale, Arizona and Omaha, Nebraska gathered together for a free pizza party lunch, courtesy of GLPS sponsor NuTech National. PayPal was one of three winners chosen at random in our most recent "Group LP Selfie" drawing at NRF Protect in Philadelphia this past June. The winning photo was submitted back in April by Amelia Kani, Global Law Enforcement Relationship Lead for PayPal Global Investigations. Below is a photo from the Scottsdale team enjoying some delicious 'za.


(Above Left) The winning GLPS photo submitted by PayPal Global Asset Protection
(Above Right) The Scottsdale team enjoying a free pizza party courtesy of NuTech National

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TycoIS Wins Long Battle and Recovers Expenses
Insurer, Tyco Reach Agreement On Fees Over $60M Drug Heist

National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh and Tyco Integrated Security LLC agreed Wednesday to settle a dispute in Florida federal court over attorneys' fees that Tyco requested after a jury decided it wasn't liable for a $60 million Prozac and Zyprexa theft from an Eli Lilly warehouse.

The parties told the court in a filing they had settled "all claims related to the pending dispute over entitlement and reasonableness of Tyco's motions for fees and costs." As part of the deal, National Union agreed to release "any and all potential appellate rights."

After a jury in April said Tyco, which provided security at Eli Lilly and Co.'s warehouse in Enfield, Connecticut, was not liable for the 2010 burglary, Tyco requested attorneys' fees, arguing that under Florida's offer of judgment statute, it is entitled to reasonable attorneys' fees and costs because it won a complete defense verdict. Tyco had offered to settle in May 2015, but National Union never responded.

The company also said that under Eleventh Circuit precedent, because it won summary judgment on National Union's claim under the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act, it should be able to recover fees devoted not just to the claim under that act but to the entire suit. law360.com

Walmart's crime problem keeps police busy in Charlotte
Bloomberg Article Continues It's Nationwide Impact

Since Jan. 1, there has been a total service time of 1,567 hrs spent at a total of 11 different WalMarts, CMPD said. On average (county-wide), our officers are spending 196 hrs per month at WalMarts.

Walmart is working with the cities to try to stop the trend.

Walmart statement: "In the coming weeks and months, we will continue our increased outreach to law enforcement across the country, as part of our ongoing commitment to meet our customers' and associates' expectations of a safe and enjoyable shopping experience. The importance of this issue is recognized at the highest levels of the company and we are investing in people and technology to support our stores."

Some examples of current programs:
More at the Door Program to bolster door presence and check receipts if appropriate
Customer hosts dedicated to self-check-out areas
Restorative Justice program which reduces police calls to stores
Increased technologies used at point of sale and on sales floor to prevent crimes
Overall emphasis on improving store experience includes more associates on the sales floor wsoctv.com

CPD Superintendent Eddie Johnson on Record Violence
Chicago just ended its deadliest month in 20 years, with 90 murdered and hundreds shot. What is the solution to gun violence problem, and is everyone on the same page?

August was the deadliest month since October of 1996, according to the Chicago Police Department, highlighted by the shooting death of Nykea Aldridge, a cousin of NBA star Dwayne Wade.

A study Sheriff Tom Dart conducted over a six-week period this year concludes that judges rarely follow risk assessment guidelines when assigning bond, and that those with gun related charges bond out 25 percent of the time. Compare that to retail theft charges, a much lesser crime - only 4 percent bond out. wtt.com

The Aftershocks of Terrorism on Luxury Shopping
Summer tourists spent little cash in Europe's top shopping establishments in '16

As summer draws to a close and the traditional tourist season peters out in Europe, a downturn in luxury sales over the past year is forcing many top brands into a re-think. Prada recently reported its first major decline in opening-half sales since its 2011 citing terrorism as one of the main culprits. Hermes and Louis Vuitton have also reported weakening sales in the past year.

While on the surface, the dip may not seem drastic, the finer details are discomforting for a market based largely on visiting trade. Europe houses nearly half of the major fashion capitals of the world in cities including Paris, Rome, Berlin, and Milan. The top ten fashion capitals in the world account for about one fifth of all luxury points of sale.

"Terrorism is active on Europe's shores, with major atrocities having already taken place in luxury shopping hot spots like Paris and the Cotes d 'Azure." Fflur Roberts, Head of Luxury Goods at London-based market research and intelligence firm, Euromonitor International told the Observer. "The European transport and tourism infrastructure has also been a key target for bombings and attacks. Such events have an immediate impact on tourism and subsequently on luxury spending, with short, sharp declines felt in the aftermath." observer.com


'We're going bankrupt and we can't pay any bills - so don't bother asking,
Hanjin Bankruptcy Could Cause "Chaos" - Retailers worried

The bankruptcy of the Hanjin shipping line has thrown ports and retailers around the world into confusion, with giant container ships marooned and merchants worrying whether tons of goods will reach their shelves.

The South Korean giant filed for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday and stopped accepting new cargo. With its assets being frozen, ships from China to Canada found themselves refused permission to offload or take aboard containers because there were no guarantees that tugboat pilots or stevedores would be paid.

"Hanjin called us and said: 'We're going bankrupt and we can't pay any bills - so don't bother asking,' " said J. Kip Louttit, executive director of the Marine Exchange of Southern California, which provides traffic control for the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the nation's busiest port complex.

National Retail Federation Pleads For "Working Together"
Global Shipper Hanjin - Bankruptcy could disrupt holiday shelves

The National Retail Federation today issued the following statement from Vice President for Supply Chain and Customs Policy Jonathan Gold in response to this week's bankruptcy filing by Hanjin Shipping: "Retailers' main concern is that there is millions of dollars worth of merchandise that needs to be on store shelves that could be impacted by this. Some of it is sitting in Asia waiting to be loaded on ships, some is already aboard ships out on the ocean and some is sitting on U.S. docks waiting to be picked up. It is understandable that port terminal operators, railroads, trucking companies and others don't want to do work for Hanjin if they are concerned they won't get paid. However, we need all parties to work together to find solutions to move this cargo so it does not have a broader impact on the economy. businesswire.com 

RILA Urges Federal Action to Prevent Significant Cargo Disruptions
In a letter sent today, the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) urged action in response to the bankruptcy of Hanjin, a major South Korea based shipping company, to ensure the flow of cargo to and from the United States. Specifically, RILA asked U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and Federal Maritime Commission Chairman Mario Cordero to use their powers to work with stakeholders to resolve the developing situation. Hanjin Shipping, which represents approximately 7.8% of the transpacific trade volume for the U.S. market, declared bankruptcy yesterday. rila.org

It's an epidemic & Three states issue gas station skimming warnings this week

Ohio auditors to blitz 12,000 gas pumps for skimming devices this weekend
At least 30 such devices have been found at gas pumps in a dozen counties since October 2015. The sweep is expected to be conducted at more than 1,500 gas stations over Labor Day weekend. Included in the checks are Butler, Hamilton and Montgomery counties in southwest Ohio, as well as Medina County in northeast Ohio. spingfieldnewssun.com

Arizona finds 31 hidden gas pump skimmers in last month alone - warns consumers
Mark Killian, director of the state Department of Agriculture, said Wednesday his inspectors found 11 of the hidden devices all of last year. Last month alone, however, they detected 31 of them. azdaily.com

Credit card skimmers being found throughout Michigan
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development reports approximately 70 credit card skimmers have been located and removed. "Approximately 70 credit card skimmers have been found and removed from gas pumps statewide since last year," said Clover Adams. "Credit card skimmers will not be tolerated in Michigan. MDARD's Weights and Measures inspectors, gas station owners, and law enforcement remain on the hunt for skimmers to protect the state's consumers from fraud."  fox47.com

National Food Safety Month Spotlights Foodborne Illness Detection and Protection
The National Restaurant Association today announced this year's National Food Safety Month (NFSM) theme: "Notorious Virus"- how to protect against the leading causes of foodborne illness.

Food safety and security is the top priority for America's one million restaurants," said Sherman Brown, senior vice president of the National Restaurant Association's ServSafe food safety and handling program.

"With over 130 million meals served daily, learning how to detect and protect against foodborne illness is top of mind in the restaurant and foodservice industry. This September, we'll provide the tools foodservice professionals need to protect themselves and their guests against foodborne illness."  restaurantnews.com

Instacart's app has changed grocery stores for good
Home Delivery is Making an Impact

The startup secures exclusive lanes in grocery stores to which it sends a high volume of orders, and staffs them with a "CBT" (cashier-bagger-tagger).

Instacart's shoppers - who pick up all the items that customers order online, then pay for and pack them before delivery - breeze through Instacart-only express lanes at stores like Costco, Whole Foods and regional groceries like Mollie Stone's, Andronico's or Bi-Rite in San Francisco.

Eventually, Instacart wants to offer a "bypass checkout" feature to its personal shoppers, and eventually to anyone who uses the Instacart app. This would let shoppers simply skip the register and instead scan and pay for items from their own phones.  techcrunch.com

Children's Place Workers' Get $5M & Atty Wins Over Judge On Fees
A California judge on Thursday gave final approval to The Children's Place's $5 million deal to resolve class claims that the retailer shortchanged employees on wages and breaks, and bumped up his tentative fee award by nearly $600,000 after an impassioned plea by the workers' attorney. law360.com

3,600 Jobs Cut in Two Retail Sectors
Department stores, Specialty Stores Cut Jobs in August

As store closures rumble on throughout the retail sector, department stores and specialty stores trimmed payrolls in August, while general merchandisers added jobs as the overall economy registered increases, the U.S. Labor Department reported Friday.

Department stores shed 2,800 jobs to employ 1.2 million, while apparel and accessories stores cut 1,800 jobs to employ 1.37 million in August. General merchandise stores, a category that includes department stores and discounters, boosted payrolls by 1,800 to employ 3.2 million last month. wwd.com

Fire at Gap New York Distribution Center Slows Online Orders

Consortium Wins Aeropostale Auction - Saving 229 stores?

August Same Store Sales Results
Costco comp's up 2%
Gap Inc. comp's down 3%
     Gap Global down 5%
     Banana Republic down 10%
     Old Navy up 1%
Quarterly Same Store Sales Results
lululemon Q2 comp's up 4%, sales up 14%
Genesco Q2 comp's down 1%, sales down 4.6%
bebe Q4 comp's down 4.6%, sales down 9%, full yr comp's down 4.5%, sales down 8%

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Huge Whaling Attack Pays Off
Update: How One Of Europe's Biggest Company Fell To An Online Email Scam Causing $44 Million Loss

Leoni AG, Europe's biggest manufacturer of wires and electrical cables and the fourth-largest vendor in the world, announced earlier in August that it had fallen victim to an online scam and had lost $44.6 million, as one of its chief financial officer was duped into transferring this amount to the wrong bank account.

After two weeks of investigation, it has been found out that the attackers simply spoofed emails to appear like official payment requests, a method known as "a whaling attack, CEO fraud or business email compromise." They then proceeded to send them to a satellite at the Leoni factory in Bistrita, northern Romania, where about 6,000 people work. It is said to have been made to a bank in the Czech Republic, although investigators have not yet identified the scammers.

The fraudulent messages were then received and handled by one of the company's financial officers, who believed it to be an email from one of the company's top executives in Germany and later proceeded to honour all the invoices, paying out $44 million in the process. Even large payments were often made this way, as the system was considered extremely safe, reported the employees.

Leoni is the second company to fall for such a classic email scam this year. Earlier in 2016, toy manufacturer Mattel came close to losing $3 million in a phishing campaign. techworm.com

Va. Judge Hits Romanian 'Guccifer' Hacker With 52 Months In Prison
A Romanian hacker known as Guccifer was sentenced to 52 months in prison by a Virginia federal judge Thursday for a hacking spree that victimized former Secretary of State Colin Powell among about 100 other Americans by publishing their private information online. law360.com

Amazon's UK Drone Forest:
The secret high-security site where the internet retail giant is spending millions testing its new army of flying delivery robots

Internet retail giant has built a high wall of hay bales to hide its secret drone testing area in Cambridge. A blue control tower with aerials has also been spotted in the remote field and is constantly patrolled. Amazon wants to use the drones to deliver packages to people's homes in under 30 minutes. dailymail.co.uk


Supporting the LP Industry Through Best-in-Class Service

One year following Cam Connections' acquisition by Protection 1,
Garret King helps CCI take customer service to new heights,
while supporting industry efforts through the LPRC

Last June, Protection 1, the largest full-service business and home security company in the U.S., announced the acquisition of Cam Connections, Inc. (CCI), a full-service security systems integrator based in Lakeland, Florida with satellite offices in Davie, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina. Joining forces with Protection 1 has helped extend CCI's reach to better serve its customer base by leveraging Protection 1's national footprint. The two companies offer similar technologies including intrusion and life safety systems, access control, CCTV, video analytics and POS monitoring.

Garret King, recently promoted to Business Development Manager for CCI, has played an instrumental role in the company's growth and success. He started with Cam Connections in 2008 as an Installation Technician, but has since transitioned to the sales side of the company. Leveraging his experience in engineering and design, with an understanding of the latest retail technologies, Garret excels in helping clients realize their vision. With the support of a highly trained team of systems designers and national account project managers, Garret and Cam Connections are able to deliver tailored security solutions to meet their customers' specific needs. 

"Since joining us almost 10 years ago, Garret has always brought a creative and unique approach to our internal workflow and interactions with customers, helping us strive to deliver on our mission to provide best-in-class service, solutions and value," said Robert Bull, Vice President-CCI, a division of Protection 1. "Garret continuously stays on top of industry developments and trending technology that impact our field rapidly."

Alan DeRennaux, Asset Protection Manager for HD Supply, who has been working with Cam Connections over the past year on a chain-wide CCTV and BA rollout, speaks highly of Garret's character and work ethic.

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Innovators in EAS-Video-RFID

WG Security is guaranteed to have a technologically advanced answer to your security monitoring questions. With their international staff of engineers and outside-the-box thinking that their competitors just can't match, WG is bringing loss prevention solutions into the 21st century and beyond. Ed Wolfe, VP of Business Development, tells us about the amazing response to WG's Ninja Tag and how retailers have found a huge savings in time and money when compared to other EAS box tags.

LPNN Quick Take #14

Jeremy Grahn, Corporate LP Manager for Bi-Mart, and winner of the 2016 GLPS Contest, shares the story behind the '50s-themed photo that won him a free trip to NRF Protect. Then Amber and Joe quiz him on texting acronyms.

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The (Unfriendly) Fraudster Lurking Next Door
With data breaches on the rise and online merchants constantly under threat, retailers may assume the most dangerous fraud attacks are coming at them from the faceless, nameless bad guys all over the world.

True. But cybercriminals are far from only the faceless, nameless group performing their illicit activities from the dark corners of the Earth. In fact, in certain cases, those who are geographically closest to a merchant can be the toughest to combat and among the most dangerous.

Fraudsters are as unique as fingerprints, it seems. Each have their own personalities and characteristics and apply their craft very differently to the online merchant world.

Local fraudsters - the ones that happen to be in the same country or even the same state of the merchants they are looking to scheme - can be a huge challenge to fraud systems.

One method of attack by these unfriendly local fraudsters is trying to buy as many products as possible in order to quickly resell them, even if that means doing so from the back of a van somewhere, she added.

And though local fraudsters may not always be the most sophisticated, they still have a huge advantage in the form of resources and tools available to them.

Every merchant has unique vulnerabilities.

For some, the unfriendly local fraudster can be the most dangerous type of cyberthreat, while others face a bigger risk from more sophisticated fraudsters.

But Saporta noted that both fashion, as well as electronic and gadget retailers, are repeatedly attacked by domestic fraudsters who are "very serious in their intention to succeed."

Though there may always be specific red flags associated with unauthorized transactions, in order to detect unfriendly local fraudster attacks, merchants need to keep an eye out for unusual bulk purchases.

To do this, it helps if merchants have a very clear picture of the legitimate behavior characterizing good customers on their website so that a reseller or an affiliate program isn't mistaken for a local fraudster.

The biggest risk when it comes to this fraudster persona, Saporta explained, is if merchants miss out on an opportunity when they see a rise in sales and site traffic because of the possibility that the increase in orders could possibly be fraudulent. pymnts.com

eCommerce Checkout Times Reduced Dramatically in Q3 2016
The collaborative study with BlueSnap the latest PYMNTS.com Checkout Conversion Index (CCI)., measures the amount of friction customers experience when they shop online. It does this by identifying the website and payment attributes that are most likely to cause problems during the eCommerce checkout process that result in abandoned shopping carts and lost revenue.

In the first quarter, the range between the top and bottom performing merchants was 131 seconds
to finalize a purchase, according to the Index. However, the difference has narrowed over time,
decreasing to 48 seconds in the third quarter of 2016. The biggest contributing factor was a dramatic improvement in reduced friction during the pre-payment process.  constantcontact.com

Study Forecasts $10 Billion In 2016 eCommerce Shopping For Key Consumer Packaged Goods

Amazon launches more locker sites for package pick-up

A Southwest Miami-Dade father and son were taken into custody after police found a massive credit card fraud scheme taking place inside their home
Miami-Dade Police arrested 56-year-old Luis Perez and his 32-year-old son Jose early Thursday morning off SW 149th Place and 37th Street after an investigation that lasted several months. Inside the home, officers found thousands of fake credit and gift cards along with skimmers and printing devices for making the fraudulent cards, estimating they found about $50,000 in stolen gift cards alone. Also inside the home was over 200 pages worth of names and social security numbers of potential identity theft victims as well as drugs, including 14 grams of crystal meth. nbcmiami.com

Cheltenham, PA: Police release surveillance of T-Mobile Armed Robbery, suspects fled with $21,000 of merchandise
Police responded to the report of an armed robbery at a T-Mobile store on Monday, August 22, 2016. At approximately 8:00 p.m., three men entered the T-Mobile store. One of the three males brandished a firearm and the two employees were taken into the stockroom where the inventory of cell phones are stored. The perpetrators gathered more than 45 devices, valued in excess of $21,000.00 and fled the store on foot. fox29.com

Johnstown, PA: Man arraigned in 3 retail theft cases, hit Walmart and Tractor Supply
A 21-year-old Johnstown man was arraigned Thursday by on-call District Judge Sandra Stevanus of New Centerville in three retail theft cases. Benjamin Cody Schmidtetter, of Dorothy Avenue, is accused of stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart and Tractor Supply in Somerset Township in July. dailyamerican.com

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Shootings and Deaths

Atlantic City, NJ: Gunman kills a man then shoots himself sending Outlet Mall into Lockdown
A gunman killed the manager of a clothing store whom he knew before turning the gun on himself. Lewis Maisonet, 55, of Somers Point, shot 26-year-old Zumiez store manager Christopher Romero at The Walk mall in Atlantic City around noon Thursday. He then fled across the street and shot himself at a second store before an off-duty officer, Sergeant Christopher Cummings, wrestled the gun off him. dailymail.co.uk

Corpus Christi, TX: One dead, one critically wounded in Gun Store shooting
Corpus Christi Police say two people were shot Thursday. Officers responded to Shooters Depot at 9pm. When they arrived, they found the owner and an employee shot. Both of them were transported to the hospital, where one of them died, the other critical condition. Police are unsure when the shooting occurred. Police are investigating whether any merchandise was stolen from the store. caller.com

Robberies and Thefts

Kroger shoplifter swings a six-pack at the head of Loss Prevention agent, minor injuries
Police say the loss prevention agent approached the suspect and asked him to hand over the items that were being stolen. The suspect then became irate and struck the loss prevention agent in the face with a six-pack of Mike's Hard Lemonade-brand bottles. The bottles shattered, but police say the victim was not seriously injured. nbc4i.com

Springfield, MO: 11 Rolex watches stolen in Smash & Grab Robbery
Three men carrying hammers robbed a jewelry store on Thursday afternoon. The men smashed two or more glass display cases at Maxon's Diamond Merchants, 2622 S. Glenstone Ave., about 3:45 p.m. Co-owner Jane McElvaine said on Facebook that the men stole 11 Rolex watches. Police said they also took handfuls of other merchandise in the display cases. Police said officers recovered some stolen merchandise and the hammers that the robbers dropped as they fled. kspr.com

Daly, City, CA: Woman sought in Macy's, Serramonte Center Theft and Assault
Police are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspected shoplifter who allegedly assaulted a loss prevention officer last month at the Serramonte Center. The incident occurred Aug. 12 around 6:20 p.m. Police said the suspect entered a Macy's at the center and started stealing items of clothing. She allegedly kicked and punched a loss prevention officer who confronted her about the thefts, then ran away. The loss prevention officer was not injured. mercurynews.com

Germany: 'Pink Panther' mobster caught on DNA match
German authorities have detained a Serbian national - believed to be a member of the notorious Pink Panther gang - who has been tied to a daring jewellery shop heist in Limassol in 2012. According to Limassol CID senior officer Ioannis Soteriades, the 40-year-old Serb was recently apprehended following a robbery in Germany. His DNA matched traces of genetic material left at the scene during the theft that took place on December 10, 2012. cyprus-mail.com

Madison, WI: Review: Madison Police did nothing wrong in Mall arrest
Two white Madison police officers acted reasonably and within department policies when they arrested an 18-year-old black woman outside of a mall, in an altercation that sparked protests after footage of it was posted online, according to an external law enforcement review released Thursday.

Madison Police Chief Mike Koval released the results of the Dane County Sheriff's review and wrote a lengthy blog piece about the incident. Koval, noting that the arrest "understandably evoked emotional reactions and concerns as to the use of force," pledged to improve police interactions with the public.

Lake Worth, FL: Man charged in slaying outside Kwik Stop

Beaumont, TX: Three men indicted for Organized Criminal Activity; tied to 25 Burglaries

Dayton, OH: Dollar General Robber holds up store carrying a baby, Police chase ends in violent crash

Mooresville, IN: Police arrest 3 people linked to pharmacy robberies

Kingston, ON: Police seeking to ID female in $400 theft from Spencer Gift in Cataraqui Mall

Knoxville, TN: Gas station employee busted for over $2,000 theft from employer

San Dimas, CA: Armed Gunman in a Security Guard Uniform holds up Convenience Store

Zales in the Paradise Valley Mall, Phoenix, AZ reported a Grab & Run on 8/31, merchandise valued at $6,149

Kay Jewelers in the Tanger Outlet Center, Mebane, NC reported a Grab & Run on 9/1, merchandise valued at $2,249

Kay Jewelers in Dallas, OR reported a Grab & Run on 9/1, merchandise valued at $4,799

Zales in the Riverchase Galleria, Hoover, AL reported a Grab & Run on 8/31, merchandise valued at $2,669


Gas Pump "Skimmer Sweep" this Labor Day Weekend; 100 Inspectors to search 12,000 pumps in Ohio
Clark County joined 60 other OH counties to conduct a pre-holiday sweep of gas stations to search for skimmers that thieves use to steal credit and debit card information. Almost 100 weights and measures inspectors are expected to check 12,000 gas pumps for skimming devices used to steal credit card information, according to media releases. At least 30 skimming devices have been found at gas pumps in 12 counties in OH since last October. crcconnection.com

AM-PM - San Dimas, CA - Armed Robbery
Boost Mobile - Elkhart, IN - Armed Robbery
Cash Store - Porter, TX - Armed Robbery
Circle K - St Petersburg, FL - Armed Robbery
CVS - Sonoma, CA - Robbery
CVS - St Petersburg, FL - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Starr, SC - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Dayton, OH - Robbery
Fenkell & Archdale - Detroit, MI - Shooting/ 1 killed
Kroger - Columbus, OH - Robbery/ Assault
Maxon's Diamond Merchants - Springfield, MO - Robbery
Shop Rite - Corbin, KY - Burglary
Shooters Depot - Corpus Christi, TX - Shooting/ 1 killed
T- Mobile - Cheltenham, PA - Armed Robbery
Verizon - Nassau County, NY - Armed Robbery
Walgreens - Tulsa, OK - Robbery
Walgreens - San Francisco, CA - Robbery

7-Eleven - Washington, DC - Armed Robbery  
  Weekly Crime Totals
• 12 Shootings
• 9 Killed
• 95 Robberies
• 18 Burglaries

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