Last week Amsterdam - this week New York!
The first pan European and US Retail Fraud
conferences both launch this month
Left to Right: Federico Saini,
Paul Bessant, and Tim Edwards
Europe's first pan European Omni
channel loss prevention conference launched this week in
Amsterdam. "Retail Fraud - Amsterdam is a response to
the changing geography of retail risk and loss
prevention," explains Retail Knowledge Founder Paul
Bessant, who is seen here with Federico Saini of adidas
Group and Tim Edwards of JD Sports Fashion Plc who both
spoke at the event. Heading up the agenda was Luc Cooman,
Director Health, Safety and Risk management at
Carrefour, who briefed delegates on how to control loss
while conquering M-commerce.
"Retailers increasingly need to understand what is
happening on their European doorsteps in order to
anticipate what challenges they will next have to meet,"
continued Paul, "and Retail Fraud - Amsterdam is an
important part of this, allowing those with European LP
remits to meet up, share best practice and collaborate
"Next week we are heading across the Pond, with the
launch of our first event in New York on 24th September
bringing opportunities for US retailers to share best
practice both within North America and the rest of the
world - the sharing of the EMV experience in Europe with
US retailers as they adopt it is a case in point!"
Luc Cooman, Director Health, Safety &
Risk Management at Carrefour
Find out more about Retail Fraud - New York and
other Retail Fraud conferences planned globally 2015/16 at
Gus Downing, Publisher & Editor of the D&D Daily will be at
Retail Fraud - New York covering the event and engaging with
attendees. Adding his insight and comments throughout the event Gus
will be actively participating in the sessions and ensuring the day
drives value for all the attendees.
Pope's visit this week will produce largest security operation in US history
Federal authorities are mobilizing one of the largest security operations in US
history for Pope Francis's arrival on Tuesday, an effort that is straining law
enforcement resources in Washington, New York and Philadelphia. Hundreds of
thousands of onlookers are expected to gather in all three cities for a glimpse
of the Catholic Church leader, whose unrivalled global popularity and proclivity
to wade into public crowds has added to security concerns. Thousands of federal
and local personnel will be deployed to keep the pontiff and the public safe.
The challenges are immense. The pope's five-day tour, his first in the US, will
include appearances at the White House and Congress, a parade on Constitution
Avenue in Washington, a mass at Madison Square Garden, a procession through
Central Park in New York, and an open air mass with as many as 1.5 million
people in Philadelphia. His New York visit coincides with the 70th UN General
Assembly, where more than 150 foreign delegations are also expected, creating a
virtual lockdown in portions of Manhattan. Threats to a pope's safety are not
theoretical. Pope John Paul II was shot and wounded while entering the Vatican
square in May 1981. Behind the scenes, the Secret Service has been mapping out a
security strategy for a visit that is virtually unprecedented in nature.
Wal-Mart Can't Fire Workers For Self-Defense, Justices Say -
In Shoplifting cases - Precedent Setting Case for LP?
Workers that face off against violent attackers while on the job can sue
their employers for wrongful termination if they are fired for defending
themselves from imminent harm, according to a Utah Supreme Court opinion in an
employee suit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
In a precedential, 4-1 decision, the court found Thursday that public policy
favors the right of Utah citizens to defend themselves in dangerous situations
and the policy outweighs the right of employers to fire workers at-will for
whatever reason they choose.
"The law should not require employees to choose between keeping their jobs and
protecting themselves or others from a serious, imminent threat of harm," the
majority opinion said. "And in light of the impressive constitutional and
statutory pedigree the right of self-defense enjoys in our state, we hold that
Utah law does not require employees to make that choice."
Associate Chief Justice Thomas R. Lee filed a lengthy dissenting opinion in the
case, saying the majority opinion "opens the door to a free-wheeling,
case-by-case public policy exception that threatens to swallow the rule of
The case revolves around two separate incidents.
In the first, according to the opinion, Holt and Hunter confronted a
shoplifter, and when the woman tried to run away, they grabbed her arms.
During an ensuing struggle, the shoplifter pulled out a pocket knife and shouted
that she would stab the men. They did not let go of her and a customer helped
pry the knife out of the woman's hand, court documents say.
In the second incident, Ray, Poulsen and Stewart approached a customer that
was attempting to steal a computer and brought him into the store's asset
protection office, the opinion said. There, the man revealed he had a gun and
the employees took the gun away from him.
In both cases, Wal-Mart fired the employees for failing to comply with its
workplace violence policy requiring disengagement in violent situations
discouraging employee vigilantism.
Carolina's Inaugural ORC Conference Brings Together Dozens of Retailers, 20 Law
Retailers Meet With Police to Find Solutions to ORC in
Winston Salem, N.C. - Makes the news
Retail crimes are becoming a major issue across the Triad and the state. Before
it was one or two people committing the crime, but now it's happening in bulk.
Dozens of retailers in the Triad met with 20 law enforcement agencies around the
country to find a solution to stop organized retail crimes in the Tar Heel
"Organized retail crime is where you have a group of individuals that come in
and they steal from the store," said Lt. Jim Ostojic. Lt. Ostojic made the trip
up from Polk County, Florida to give his expertise on organized retail crime
fighting. For more on North Carolina's Inaugural ORC
Conference, stay tuned for our recap article coming soon on the
Fraud cases stats for England to skyrocket next month after adding online fraud
cases to fraud stats for 1st time Crime levels will soar by 40 per
cent now that figures reflecting the true scale of fraud are being added for the
first time, a top police chief has admitted. Adrian Leppard, commissioner of
City of London Police, warned fellow bosses that an extra three million offences
will soon be included in official statistics as victims reveal the scale of
online fraud. 'The public spotlight will fall on this issue soon as the results
of the recently updated Crime Survey for England and Wales are published.
Workplace Deaths in U.S. Rise 2% With Many Continuing to be from Trips & Falls -
The Aging Workforce Impact
More Americans died on the job last year, with the increase concentrated among
older employees as well as self-employed and contract workers. Preliminary
federal figures released today for 2014 put the workplace death total at
4,679, up 2 percent from the final count of 4,585 for 2013. The 55 and older
group up 9% with employers wanting the worker to adapt to the process rather
than designing a process to adapt to the worker. And, in an aging work force,
those problems become more prominent."
A&P Insiders Took Home Millions in Year Before Bankruptcy
A&P, paid out $9.4 million in bonuses and other extra payments to insiders in
the 12 months before its July bankruptcy but hasn't publicly named the
recipients in court filings.
According to court documents, eight A&P officers and directors received the
money, which included $1.3 million in the form of bonuses. Another $6 million,
doled out in April, is labeled as trust contributions, while $2.1 million in
payments was reported as board/consulting fees. The extra pay was part of $13
million collected by a dozen unnamed officers and directors, a total that also
included salary, benefits and expense reimbursements.
Bankruptcy rules require companies that seek protection from creditors to
disclose payments to insiders during the 12-month period leading up to a
bankruptcy filing. The requirement includes naming the recipients, which
typically happens without prompting from authorities.
Payment information is important to creditors in assessing firms' financial
outflows before bankruptcy. They check the insider lists for signs of outsize
payments that could be clawed back and for connections to related companies,
such as suppliers or bankruptcy-auction bidders.
Three Director of Loss Prevention Jobs Posted
Online Last Week
Last week, three LP directorships were posted online. The first - Director of
Loss Prevention for
Lane Bryant based in Columbus, OH - was reposted after originally
hitting the market in April. The second position was Director of Loss
Pier 1 Imports based in Fort Worth, TX. And the third was Loss
Prevention Director for
BevMo! based in Concord, CA. For a full list of the latest VP and
Director positions in Loss Prevention, be sure to check our 'Featured Jobs'
column each day here on the Daily. And if you'd like to post a multi-unit LP job
from your own company,
send us the info and we'll share it with the industry.
62% of NY voters support phased-in $15 minimum
Petco and PetSmart may be merging
Macy's, Inc. to Hire 85,000 Seasonal Associates in
Pittsburgh's downtown Macy's store closes permanently
Quarterly Same Store
Canada's Danier Leather Q4 comp's down 5% with sales down 5%
Last week's most popular news article --
Pier 1 Imports posts Director of Loss Prevention position in Forth Worth, TX.
We are now looking for a Director of Loss Prevention with responsibilities for
the continued development and implementation of Pier 1 Imports' strategic loss
prevention and safety programs for our stores, e-Commerce operations and
As of February 28, 2015, the Company operated 984 stores in the United
States, 81 stores in Canada and an e-commerce Website. Its stores in the
United States and Canada average approximately 9,900 gross square feet, which
includes an average of approximately 7,900 square feet of retail selling space.
The stores are located in freestanding units near shopping centers or malls and
in-line positions in shopping centers. It operates in all United States and
Canadian metropolitan areas and in primary smaller markets.
Fiscal 2015 Financial metrics - Fiscal 2015 total sales increased 5.3% to
$1.866 billion, with comp's up 4.7%. E-commerce sales represented 11% of
total sales. pier1.icims.com
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Study: Consumers not ready to pay with EMV
Six in 10 (59%) of consumers have not yet received EMV-compliant, chip-enabled
payment cards. And of the 41% who have received chip-enabled cards, 23% have not
received any information from their banks or retailers about EMV. Sixty-seven
percent of surveyed consumers do not understand EMV or how it will affect them.
Weak security? Get ready to pay up
U.S. courts are becoming more willing to punish organizations for not doing
more to stop data breaches. While organizations were previously subject to
fines for not complying with regulatory requirements, they were rarely held
responsible for failing to implement certain defenses. That seems poised to
change, as the recent district court decision against Target and the appellate
decision against vacation-resort company Wyndham Worldwide show there can be
serious financial repercussions for security failure.
Verizon Security team investigation uncovers major weaknesses in data security
at Target prior to 2013 Breach
In December 2013, just days after a data breach exposed 40 million customer
debit and credit card accounts Target Corp. hired security experts at
Verizon to probe its networks for weaknesses. The results of that
confidential investigation - until now never publicly revealed - confirm what
pundits have long suspected: Once inside Target's network, there was nothing to
stop attackers from gaining direct and complete access to every single cash
register in every Target store.
The Verizon assessment, conducted between December 21, 2013 to March 1, 2014,
notably found "no controls limiting their access to any system, including
devices within stores such as point of sale (POS) registers and servers." krebsonsecurity.com
California's Proactive Approach to Cyberthreats -
Creates Cross-Sector Cybersecurity Integration Center - Cal-CSIC
Gov. Jerry Brown on Aug. 31 signed an executive order establishing the
California Cybersecurity Integration Center, known as Cal-CSIC, that will be
responsible for strengthening the state's cybersecurity strategy and improving
inter-agency, cross-sector coordination to reduce the likelihood and severity
of cyber-attacks. Cal-CSIC will work closely with DHS's National
Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center with the aim to facilitate a
more integrated approach to cyberthreat information sharing. govinfosecurity.com
Loss Prevention market to grow 22.3% annually over next five years - With
North America being the largest market worldwide
The major force driving this market is expected to be the demand regulations
and compliance and increase in data breaches. The Data Loss Prevention
Market is estimated to grow from $0.96 billion in 2015 to $2.64 billion by 2020,
at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 22.3% from 2015 to 2020. On the basis
of regions, North America is expected to be the largest market in terms of
Will Mobile Payments Overshadow EMV Card Migration? Mobile EMV alleviates
concern over less secure chip-and-signature
What it boils down to is that we need to embrace mobile as the next generation
of payment, and it's coming faster than the card brands would want it to come,"
Part of the reason why the card brands are pushing EMV is to lock in a
foothold in the mobile space; and so near-field communication [via EMV] is that
foothold for them." Taylor says mobile EMV payments are more secure than
card-based EMV payments, whether they be chip-and-signature, which the U.S.
is adopting, or even chip-and-PIN.
A big concern among retailers is that unless EMV is deployed with the additional
authentication layer of the PIN, it will have little impact on reducing
counterfeit card fraud, Taylor says. Mobile EMV, however, alleviates those
concerns, he contends.
FTC says data and privacy are top security concerns in the development of IoT
While IT professionals are asking how to secure devices, networks, and
platforms, policy makers are asking how to secure data and privacy. The Internet
of Things (IoT) and the Security of Things (SecT) share the goal of
allowing innovation to flourish.
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Keys to Collaboration:
Building Effective Public-Private Sector Partnerships
With ORC losses estimated at $30+ billion per year, retailers and law
enforcement agencies have been increasingly working together through
public-private partnerships to collaborate, share intelligence and enhance
investigative results. In this LPNN interview moderated by
Joe LaRocca, RetaiLPartners, hear from
three distinguished law enforcement partners who are involved in these efforts:
Eric Ives, Unit Chief, International
Organized Crime Task Forces, FBI; and
Cpt. John Romero
Det. Joe Hopkins
of the LAPD Commercial Crimes Division. Learn how the LAPD is addressing
cybercrime, how LAAORCA has helped retailers solve major cases, and how to best
engage law enforcement at the local, state and federal levels.
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possible and all the LP leaders who participated in interviews throughout the
day. We hope these sessions have helped add value to you and your career (click
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Fraud Alert: Criminals Test Stolen Credit-Card Numbers on Charity Websites
Criminals are using poorly protected charity websites to test the validity of
stolen credit-card numbers, cybersecurity experts said this week, costing some
groups thousands of dollars. Simplified online donation pages make it easy for
people to give - but also serve as prime testing ground for credit-card thieves.
Fraudsters also use for-profit retailers to verify stolen numbers. But
businesses are often well protected, requiring multiple steps to make purchases
such as setting up an account and providing personal information linked to the
The peaks and pitfalls of payments tokenisation
High profile data breaches, mounting fraud losses, regulatory demands and rising
consumer concerns have driven retailers and banks to increase their efforts to
improve standards of payment security and many are looking to tokenisation as a
solution. The use of tokenisation is starting to gain significant ground, with a
recent survey by Forrester Consulting for ACI indicating that 34% of retailers
are already using the technology and a further 36% are conducting pilot
programs. The ability for tokenisation to simultaneously enhance the security of
digital payments and simplify the customer buying experience has made it an
appealing and logical option. Despite its undeniable advantages, however,
tokenisation and how it is implemented can have critical implications for
payments risk management and fraud prevention. To ensure that tokenisation
delivers effectively alongside other operational solutions, merchants need to
scope and assess a variety of challenges including:
● Dealing with legacy data or data at rest - to what degree will tokenisation be
introduced in these areas?
● How will reconciliations, returns, refunds and chargebacks be handled during
the implementation period?
● What are the benefits of single vs multi-use tokens, and how do they impact on
velocity rules and link analysis?
● Token format - what 'identifiers' might need to be retained in the transaction
information to support effective order reconciliation and fraud detection?
● Are there limitations in deploying an in-house tokenisation solution?
● What is the place of tokenisation in the broader payments security and fraud
Retailers Vs. The Status Quo In Payments
In its broadest strokes, the 2015 Global Payments Insights Survey determined
that retailers by and large are "fully aware" of growing consumer expectation in
payments, while at the same time they remain nervous about the security
implications of further developing their existing payments infrastructure.
● Up to 93 percent of retailers believe consumers want a broader choice of
● 75 percent of retailers see payments as a clear part of their business
● 49 percent of retailers have seen their payment costs increase in the past 18
months while 56 percent expect them to keep rising.
● "The customer experience is king," with 50 percent of retailers citing it as
their key expected driver of ROI on any increase to their payments investment.
54 percent of all retailers surveyed cite security considerations as "the
biggest stumbling block" to increasing their payments infrastructure investment.
Other obstacles include the high costs of maintaining existing legacy
infrastructure (43 percent) and customer protection requirements (40 percent). ACI recommends that
"retailers should not wait for the possible security breach, but rather make
security a key component of their innovation payments strategy."
At the close of the payments in retail report, ACI presents a table outlining
"key payment security standards, "including those that are already in place as
well as emergent technologies that have the potential to gain permanence "by
best practice or through more formal regulatory mandate." The study notes that
some of these standards can be expensive to roll out, yet they remain essential,
citing EMV as a prime example. As retailers evaluate system upgrades to address
EMV, they should look holistically at security measures like point-to-point
encryption (P2PE) and tokenization to take advantage of newer technologies
available and reinforce their payment infrastructures.
Wal-Mart adding 3,500 department managers managing
in store pick up online orders for holidays
Home Depot opens third 1.6M sq. ft. fulfillment
center to support e-commerce in Troy, OH
Papal Visit Could Disrupt Online Shopping Deliveries - UPS, USPS issue
Wal-Mart to build two e-commerce fulfillment
centers in central Florida
60% of online shoppers increased spending to qualify for free shipping
Is two-hour delivery the future of e-commerce?
Shoes.com to give it a try
Coming Tomorrow -
New 'ORC Leaders' Article
John Matas, VP -
Asset Protection/Investigations & ORC, Macy's
a continuation of our "ORC Leaders" series on the Daily, tomorrow we
will be publishing a feature article on John Matas, VP - Asset
Protection / Investigations & ORC at Macy's. With over 30 years of
experience in the security field, John has been described as an
energetic, smart and inspiring leader. In an interview with Amber
Bradley, he shares his perspective on organized retail crime,
including why he thinks its impact is under-calculated and how the
problem should be addressed at the federal level.
To read other articles published in our "ORC Leaders" series,
Woodbury, NJ: Woman sentenced for stealing $35,000 in cellphones from Verizon
A Philadelphia woman convicted of burglary and theft from two South Jersey
Verizon stores was sentenced Friday to three years in prison. Fatima Aviles, 27,
was found guilty in June of stealing more than $35,000 in cellphones from stores
in Glassboro and Washington Township in July and August 2013. Aviles entered the
stores four times while they were closed using a key issued to employees that
could open various Verizon locations, prosecutor's said previously. Verizon
employees who viewed security camera footage of the thefts identified Aviles as
the culprit and testified that she was friends with a former Verizon store
employee in Pennsylvania who left her job without returning her store key. The
former employee was not charged in the case, prosecutors said. The phones were
Winter Haven, FL: Burglary in Winter Haven nets $30,000 worth of items
Authorities in Winter Haven are searching for clues in a burglary that netted
$30,000 worth of clothing, sunglasses, fishing and boating equipment. According
to authorities, the manager of West Marine in Winter Haven, opened his store and
found damage inside the business, in addition to the missing merchandise. Items
taken include: Multiple GPS units, fish finders, men and women's clothing,
sunglasses, rods and reels. Wires to the store alarm system appeared to have
been cut and disabled.
Portland, OR: Shoplifter hits Nordstrom for $5,500, gets busted at the
Nordstrom Rack store
A man who was spotted stealing more than $5,000 worth of clothing from the
Nordstrom store in downtown Portland on Thursday punched a security officer who
tried to stop him and then fled the business. So where'd the shoplifter go next?
The Nordstrom Rack, police said. Derrick Terrell Toliver was taken into custody
several blocks away at the Nordstrom Rack store. The two loss prevention
officers who had tried to stop Toliver at the main Nordstrom store identified
him as the suspected thief who had taken $5,484.96 in clothing without paying
and thrown the punch.
MO: Kate Spade purses stolen in Armed Robbery, suspects lead police on
Chesterfield police are investigating what they call a strong-armed robbery at a
store at the St. Louis Premium Outlet mall Saturday night. Three suspects, all
black females, grabbed a large quantity of high end purses from the Kate Spade
store and ran out. As they left, they knocked over an 11-year-old boy who was
entering the store with his mother. He suffered bumps and bruises but will be
fine according to police. On Sunday morning, Chesterfield updated their search
information and said the women fled in a Chevy with PA license plates. At one
point were pursued by another police department eastbound on I-64/40. When the
car reached speeds over 100 miles an hour the pursuit was called off.
Park, Kansas: Nigerian Woman On Vacation In The US Caught Shoplifting at Macy's;
66 stolen items in her bag
Kansas City police has apprehended a Nigerian woman, Jennifer Akudihor after she
was allegedly caught shoplifting out of a Major store in the United States. The
accused who was said to be currently on vacation in the States has since been
charged with felony theft. She was seen in the company of two toddlers and an
infant who were reportedly under her care, but was also disgracefully busted,
hiding the 66 stolen items shopping bags and inside the stroller she was pushing
through Macy's at Oak Park Mall in Kansas.
Columbus, OH: Pregnant thief hit Von Maur for $1,600 in high
end purses and
On September 10, about 1:55 p.m., two unidentified women stole several high-end
purses and wallets from the Von Maur store on Polaris Parkway. As they casually
browsed the department, they picked up and held onto several handbags and
wallets, at one point even asking for assistance from a sales person. This
behavior raised suspicion as to their intentions. Store security was able to
focus on their actions using surveillance cameras, but was unsuccessful in
reaching them before they were able to leave the department and store with
merchandise in-hand, valued at over $1,600.
WY: Felony Shoplifters arrested in Teton Village; $1,200 of merchandise
A pair of alleged shoplifters were caught by police while attempting to rob a
sports store in Teton Village, Wyoming a second time, authorities said. The
Teton County Sheriff's Office reports Lynn A.Ciriacks, 64, and Daniel P.
Ciriacks, 61, of Brookfield, Wisconsin walked into Teton Village Sports at about
10:30 a.m. Saturday. Store employees identified the couple as a pair of
suspected shoplifters who had made repeated trips into Teton Sports on Tuesday,
Sept. 15 and worked together to steal approximately $1,200 in clothes.
Petaluma, CA: Police seeking K-Mart Robbery suspect
Police are seeking a man who allegedly stole several expensive items from a
Petaluma store earlier this month, police announced Friday. On Sept. 12, around
7:30 p.m., the suspect entered a K-Mart store. Once inside the store, the
suspect used a tool to disable security devices on several items, according to
police. The suspect was able to accumulate a large amount of merchandise before
fleeing the scene, police said.
Twp, OH: Woman attacked Wal-Mart Loss Prevention and Store Manager
A Cincinnati woman assaulted a Wal-Mart manager and security guard after trying
to "return" a mattress she took off a store display. Taralynn Bowers, 19, made a
fraudulent return of a mattress from the store on Saturday, receiving $106.96.
When a store loss prevention officer stopped her, Bowers attacked the woman,
biting her, and punching a store manager. Bowers used nearby items as weapons,
spraying a can of compressed air in the guard's face, police said. Police
charged Bowers with robbery.
Lancaster, PA: Mother who spent night in Wal-Mart with children sentenced to 2-5
years in prison
A central Pennsylvania woman accused of spending the night in a 24-hour Wal-Mart
with her three young children and leaving with more than $500 in stolen
merchandise has been sentenced to two to five years in state prison. Police in
East Lampeter Township say DeFreitas spent hours in the store in March 2014,
filling three carts with items and stuffing more into two purses.
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GA: Shots fired at downtown shop; thieves break into West End mall
Atlanta police are trying to determine who shot up a downtown print shop early
Monday, and why. The shooting happened about 2:15 a.m. at the PostNet store in
the Twelve Hotel on West Peachtree Street at Ivan Allen Boulevard, which is near
Centennial Olympic Park. "Witnesses advised that three males exited a black SUV
and fired several shots in the direction of the building," Atlanta police
spokeswoman Kim Jones said. "Officers recovered several .40 caliber shell
casings on the west side of the street." Several of the shop's plate glass
windows were shattered by bullets. About two hours later, burglars smashed
through two sets of glass doors to gain entry to a West End clothing store. The
thieves first smashed their way through the entrance doors to The Mall West End
before breaking in the Jimmy Jazz store inside the mall. Police have not said
what was taken in the burglary.
Palm Coast, FL: Pizza Hut employees forced into cooler at gunpoint
Flagler County deputies are searching for three men they said robbed a Pizza Hut
at gunpoint and forced employees into a cooler. Deputies said just before 11
p.m. Saturday, three armed men barged into the store on Palm Coast Parkway with
guns and their faces covered. The robbers demanded money from the cashiers and
corralled them into an unlocked cooler. Deputies responded to the panic alarm
and rushed to the scene. No one was injured during the robbery.
Breaks Out at Buffalo Wild Wings, Downey, CA Mall
A dispute outside a Southern California sports bar Sunday escalated into a
brutal brawl between about a dozen men in an incident caught on camera.
Cellphone video posted on Facebook shows a group of men - several of them
wearing football jerseys - punching and kicking each other to the ground outside
a Buffalo Wild Wings at Stonewood Center in Downey. The video caption claims an
argument that started inside the establishment between San Francisco 49ers and
Pittsburgh Steelers fans spilled onto the sidewalk.
Midland, TX: Crime Stoppers Searching for Two Women Who Robbed JCPenney
Midland Crime Stoppers needs your help finding two women who stole several
hundred dollars worth of merchandise from JCPenney on September 11. Both
suspects were pushing baby strollers and had a small child with them. Police say
when loss prevention employees made contact with the women, one of the suspects
threw her stroller at the employee.
Rapid City, SD: Security Guard placed on leave after shooting suspect at c-store
Black Hills Patrol said Sunday night that the officer placed on leave had worked
for the patrol for over three years. He was one of two officers responding to a
report of a fight involving weapons early Sunday at a Rapid City convenience
store. Officials say the officer fired his pistol at a vehicle that was
apparently trying to strike him.
Atlanta, GA: Police forced to taser a Shoplifting suspect at Marshall's
Atlanta police were forced to use a taser to subdue an alleged shoplifter
outside a department store in Buckhead on Wednesday afternoon. The 30-year-old
man got into a struggle with officers outside the Marshalls at the Buckhead
Crossing Shopping Center.
MD: Men dressed in costumes steal $110,00 in jewelry from Rockville store
Men dressed in costumes stole more than $110,000 from a Rockville jewelry store
on September 15, the FBI said. The FBI and Montgomery County police are
searching for men in connection with a jewelry store heist at the Van Jewelry
Store. The investigation shows that the men went into the jewelry store with
guns and told the employees to get on their knees. According to witnesses, one
of the men is Hispanic. He was wearing a plaid shirt, dark pants and a white
Middle Eastern style hat, a fake beard and glasses.
Beckley, WV: Man arrested on I-77 wanted in 4 states
A BOLO, be on the lookout, led the West Virginia State Police to apprehend a
North Carolina man on several theft charges after pulling over a car on
Interstate 77 near the 64 split in Raleigh County over the weekend. Three men
were inside the car, including one who handed a State Police trooper a false
identity. It turns out Brad Chandler was wanted in four southern states - North
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Georgia - for allegedly stealing from
Wal-Marts in those states, authorities said. He was wanted on felony larceny
charges. He is currently in jail awaiting extradition.
Roeland Park, KS: GameStop the victim of an Armed Robbery
Roeland Park police said they're looking for two people in connection with an
armed robbery at a video game store Saturday night. A woman or teenage girl was
with him at the time of the robbery. Police said they got away with video games,
consoles and cash.
Wilkie, Sask, CN: RCMP arrest 3 after Wilkie Pharmacy robbed - close to $30,000
in drugs stolen
Quick-thinking residents halted a robbery in progress in Wilkie last week after
they noticed someone had broken into the pharmacy. RCMP say they were called to
the pharmacy Thursday evening after getting a report of a B&E in progress. When
police arrived, they found a suspect already cornered by some residents outside
the building. Authorities say people also tried to stop the suspects by blocking
their getaway car. The suspects were wearing disguises. Two men were arrested
without incident and police say they had stolen close to 30-thousand dollars in
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AT&T - Buckhead, GA - Armed Robbery/ suspect arrested
Casey's - Fargo, ND - Armed Robbery
Circle K - New Orleans, LA - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - New Hanover, NC - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Nashville, TN - Armed Robbery
Dunkin Donuts - Lisle, IL - Robbery
Exxon - Perry Co, MS - Armed Robbery
Family Dollar - Irondequoit, NY - Armed Robbery
Fast Mart - Lincoln, NE - Armed Robbery
Freedom Valu - Sioux Falls, ND - Armed Robbery
GameStop - Roeland Park, KS - Armed Robbery
Grand - Concord, CA - Armed Robbery
Kangaroo Express - Gastonia, NC - Shooting / 1 injured
Lakeshore Learning Store - Dallas, TX - Burglary
Pizza Hut - Palm Coast, FL - Armed Robbery
QC Mart - Davenport, IA - Armed Robbery
Ralph's/ US Bank - Goleta, CA - Armed Robbery/ store evacuated
Rino Dispensary - Denver, CO - Armed Robbery/ Shots fired
Taco Bell - New Bern, NC - Armed Robbery
Walgreens - Omaha, NE - Robbery
West Marine - Winter Haven, FL - Burglary
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