The #1 Digital News Source for Retail Loss Prevention,
IT Security & Safety Executives throughout North America

FREE Daily
eNews Special
Reports Spotlight on
Leadership ORC
News Canadian
Push Vendor
Spotlights LP
Newswire Group LP
ORC 10-31-13




Victoria’s Secret store in Bowling Green, Kentucky hit for $8000 in merchandise theft  The manager of Victoria's Secret in the Greenwood Mall reported that more than $8,000 in pricy undergarments were stolen from the store over the course of a few days this month. The first incident happened Oct. 11, when 150 pairs of panties worth $2,175 were stolen from a display drawer, the second incident happened between Oct. 12 and Oct. 15, when 50 bras and 200 pairs of panties valued at $5,860 were reported missing. Some of those items were returned to the store for store credit, according to an Oct. 15 police report. Bowling Green Police spokesman Ronnie Ward says the store had no video surveillance and no arrests have been made. (Source

Pittsburgh Police arrest three suspects in ‘ghost employee’ counterfeit check scheme  Rich Vogel, loss prevention manager for Giant Eagle, reported to Penn Hills police that Raybon J. Cogdell, a former customer service employee at the grocer's Rodi Road location, accepted several payroll checks totaling several thousand dollars that came back unpaid because banks were “unable to locate account.” A month later, Giant Eagle provided investigators with copies of nine counterfeit checks and certificates of deposit and video surveillance images recorded during the transactions. (Source

Detroit area suspects arrested for the theft of 48 cans of baby formula from Meijers  Authorities have charged a man and a woman in the theft of more than 48 cans of baby formula from a Lenox Township grocery store on Monday, officials said. Jonathan Allen, 37, of Sterling Heights has been charged with second-degree retail fraud, Danielle Hannaford, 33, of Hazel Park has been charged with fourth-degree fleeing and eluding police, and second-degree retail fraud. (Source

Two accused of cargo theft of $83,000 of Kansas Beef want to change their plea  Two California men accused of trying to steal nearly $83,000 worth of beef from a southwest Kansas slaughterhouse appear poised to change their pleas. The government wrote in one filing that the Kansas case implicates a "relatively new and bold modus operandi." Perpetrators steal the identity of a legitimate trucking company to obtain freight hauling contracts. They then load and drive off with the stolen goods. (Source

“Protection 1 is proud to be sponsoring the D-D Daily ORC column to ensure the LP industry gets the information, education and critical data they need to fight this national epidemic.”
Rex Gillette, VP Retail Sales, Protection 1.

What's Happening?

Coming soon:

Mobile App's

LP Show Coverage

The Top 10

ORC 10-31-13
Powered by Design By J, LLC
ASP.NET Shopping Cart Software