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Dusko Tadic promoted to Senior Physical Security Program Manager for Amazon

Dusko has been with Amazon for nearly four years, starting with the company in 2016 as a Logistics Loss Prevention Manager. Before his promotion to Senior Physical Security Program Manager, he spent nearly three years as Regional Loss Prevention Manager. Prior to joining Amazon, he spent almost a decade with Old Navy in various LP roles, including Regional LP Manager and Market LP Manager, among other positions. Congratulations, Dusko!

J. Matthew Wolfe named Senior Manager of Corporate Asset Protection for Chipotle Mexican Grill

Before being named Senior Manager of Corporate Asset Protection for Chipotle Mexican Grill, J. Matthew spent more than 19 years at L Brands, starting with the company in 2001 as Lead LP Officer. With L Brands, he held various LP roles, including Campus Manager - Loss Prevention/Safety Services (5 years) and Director, Asset Protection - Campuses (3+ years). Congratulations, J. Matthew!

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PPS Launches Innovative LP App

Swansboro, NC, May 26, 2020 - Product Protection Specialists (PPS), an innovative leader in retail security, is announcing the launch of LP Now, the first-of-its-kind mobile app specifically for Loss Prevention and Asset Protection professionals. The LP Now app allows users to quickly order their product protection supplies using PPS's patented Scan&Protect technology. Simply by scanning a product's UPC, LP/AP professionals gain instant visibility to the precise protection device they need for that particular product. The app also allows users to instantly engage PPS to customize a product protection solution for any high-theft items not yet protected.

In addition to the time-saving benefits of LP Now, users can also stay updated on security-related news with a simple click of the app's LP NEWS button.

PPS continues to stand ready to meet the needs of retailers and restaurants as we face our new challenges together. productprotectionsolutions.com


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A New Refreshing Perspective
Some Reflections on Retail Loss Prevention in a Time of COVID-19

From the author of 'Total Retail Loss', Adrian Beck, Emeritus Professor at the University of Leicester, has written a new paper that offers his perspective on how the COVID-19 Pandemic might be impacting upon the world of Loss Prevention.

He starts by identifying what he sees as the four phases of the Pandemic - from the initial Panic Buying period, through the lockdown phase when most retail was shuttered, on to the current social distancing period, and finally the post-pandemic phase. At each stage he offers his insights on how retail losses and their management might be impacted, both negatively and positively.

Professor Beck's paper offers a refreshing counterbalance to some of the more doom-laden commentaries on the likely consequences of the Pandemic on retail losses, noting that the unprecedented nature of the event requires a much more considered and cautious approach to be adopted.

An incredibly instinctive read, well worth your investment. Just our thoughts Gus Downing

For those who haven't, make sure you also read Total Retail Loss.


Coronavirus Tracker: May 26

US: Over 1.7M Cases - 100K Dead - 466K Recovered
Worldwide: Over 5.6M Cases - 349K Dead - 2.4M Recovered

U.S. Law Enforcement Deaths | NYPD Deaths: 43
Private Industry Security Guard Deaths: 126+


Fall's Second Wave Closures?
Trump Declares He 'Won't Close Country If Second Wave'

Trump expressed confidence in the country's ability to contain future outbreaks, referring to them as "embers."

"People say that's a very distinct possibility. It's standard. And we're going to put out the fires. We're not going to close the country. We're going to put out the fires," Trump told reporters during a tour of a Ford manufacturing plant in Ypsilanti, Mich., when asked if he was concerned about a second wave of COVID-19.

"Whether it's an ember or a flame, we're going to put it out. But we're not closing our country," the president continued.

"I hope that if we do have the threat of a second wave we will be able to deal with it very effectively to prevent it from becoming an outbreak not only worse than now but much, much less," Fauci said last Tuesday in virtual testimony. The top infectious disease expert also warned that reopening states too quickly would cost lives.  thehill.com

Editor's Note: Regardless of Trump's stance, if the fall brings a huge up-tick, retailers may be pressured to increase restrictions and possibly even close stores in high outbreak areas. And the Governors may indeed themselves return to tighter phases to include shutting down non-essential businesses.

The best plan would be to anticipate closures in epicenters and maintain a high degree of vigilance on monitoring outbreaks across the country. As there's just too much public pressure and potential negative consumer criticism and the overall health of the individual communities.

U.S. & Canadian Retailers Facing Potential Competing Rights Issue
No mask, no service? Businesses have the right to require masks on customers

Face mask requirements are growing in popularity as retailers beginning to re-open.

Experts agree with remarks Ontario Premier Doug Ford made on Friday, reminding Canadians that companies have the right to ask you to slip on a face covering or seek products and services elsewhere.

"Any business has the right to refuse anyone." Richard Powers says the policy is well within a company's rights.

"The safety of retail workers and staff trumps the customers right to refuse wearing a mask," he said.

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Should Apple and other stores require shopper temperature checks?
A number of retailers have begun checking the temperatures of employees before shifts. Apple last week, however, became the first major retailer to require customers to have their temperature checked before entry.
Requiring customer checks is still rare but is being considered by retailers and food establishments as a safety step as the country reopens. Stores are using a non-contact forehead thermometer similar to testing that has been adopted in some Asian countries.

Checking employees' temperatures has become more common but is not standard practice. Walmart, Amazon and Kroger check employees at the start of each shift. Starbucks' stores have been equipped with thermometers so employees can monitor themselves and Home Depot is providing staffers thermometers to take their temperatures at home before reporting to work. In most cases, any employee with a temperature over 100 degrees is sent home.

The American Civil Liberties Union issued a report warning that screenings could pave the way for new permanent forms of surveillance and social control.

A regional German data protection office has already launched a probe into whether customer temperature checks at Apple Stores "violates EU privacy rules." Temperature checks would also come at a time when requests to wear masks have led to altercations over personal freedoms in the U.S. retailwire.com

Top Retailers Putting Health & Safety at Forefront
Amazon, Costco, Walmart, Publix and Kroger Top Retailers in 'most favorable' COVID-19 response, shoppers say
Five other retailers had a more favorable differential of 19% for their coronavirus measures, including BJ's Wholesale Club, Meijer, Whole Foods Market, Target and Trader Joe's.

Respondents in Magid's latest tracker, who were surveyed in early May, were asked how well retailers selling groceries and/or household supplies adapted to higher demand, busier stores and health concerns since the COVID-19 outbreak.

These retailers are putting the health and safety of their shoppers at the forefront and are doing their best to keep items in stock. They have effectively managed busier shopping times in stores, often designating special shopping hours for the elderly, and have limited the amount of people that can be in a store at a time," supermarketnews.com

Washington State "The Concealment Bill" Would Prevent These Lawsuits?
Why shoplifters are often not pursued by retail staff

Injured Bystander Lawsuit Exemplifies Why Retailers Don't Chase Shoplifters

85 year-old woman knocked down by Staples employee who was pursueing a shoplifter and sustained a broken hip which forced her to move into assisted living facility. An attorney representing her is researching the industry and now wondering why Staples employees chased his client.

With most retailers have a "strictly hands-off, non-pursuit" policy is "very common" at many retail stores.

Tom Geiger, communications director at UFCW 21 - which represents many union retail workers - told KIRO 7 that "all the employees, at least at the grocery stores that we represent, the big grocery stores as well as a lot of the independents, the policies are generally do not intervene. Do not become the security cop."

This hands-off approach is helping to fuel crime throughout Western Washington, according to Mark Johnson of the Washington Retail Association, who says shoplifters know it's often company policy to not pursue.

"Retailers have to balance convenience to consumers and customers, and the theft and loss that they undergo," Johnson said. "A lot of the people, unfortunately, who are committing these crimes are either mentally ill or have a substance abuse addiction, or both."

The Washington Retail Association advocated for a bill this past legislative session that would have allowed employees to detain suspects inside stores, rather than wait for them to leave the premises -- as state law now dictates. Called "The Concealment Bill," it would have allowed employees to detain anyone once they see them conceal an item.

Johnson believes the law would have decreased shoplifting throughout Washington State. However the bill failed to progress. kiro7.com

Background Co., Infomart Account Supervisor Charged With Felony Theft of $600,000 Over 2 Yrs.
Joshua A. Knight of Kennesaw is charged with felony theft by conversion, according to his May 18 arrest warrant. Knight worked as an account supervisor for Infomart, a Marietta company that specializes in corporate background checks. He wasn't authorized to write checks to himself, his arrest warrant states. But according to the Cobb County Sheriff's Office, Knight wrote himself 130 checks worth $587.926.10 between January 2018 and September 2019. Knight was not in custody Friday, jail records show. wspa.com

People Analytics Guide Return-to-Work Choices
Human resources leaders are turning to people analytics tools to help make difficult decisions as their staffs return to the workplace and face a damaged economy. Whether it's figuring out how to keep workers safe, making decisions on furloughs and layoffs, or ensuring the right number of employees are in the right roles, these technologies collect, blend and analyze people data to guide HR leaders in their "what if" scenario planning.

Research shows the use of people analytics software was on the rise even before the coronavirus crisis hit. Now experts say many HR leaders are doubling down on the use of those tools.

COVID-Specific Employee Health and Safety Tracking
Platforms Integrate Data - Employee Coaching Analytics - Measuring Inclusion During Remote Work - Employee Surveying & Sentiment Analysis

America's Malls Dependent on Struggling Retailers
14 of the 20 largest mall tenants are either apparel retailers or department stores

Department store operators Macy's, J.C. Penney and Dillard's take up the largest share of mall space in the U.S. And Sears is 5th largest still.

And this could prove to be an even bigger issue for mall owners as the rate of retail store closures accelerates rapidly because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Under such intense pressure, some malls could go dark forever.

"If you are well located, chances are you come out of this just fine," Joe Coradino, CEO of mall owner PREIT, said in an interview.

"Some people sit here and believe we are going to spend the rest of our lives sitting at home in our pajamas and ordering everything online," he said. "That's not it." cnbc.com

United Airlines debuts cleaning protocols with Clorox to lure back flyers
United Airlines unveiled new cleaning protocols and travel safety measures in a move to rebuild trust in flying, the company announced in a press release.

The airline partnered with Procter & Gamble's Clorox and medical experts at Cleveland Clinic to develop its new United CleanPlus program. The platform will serve as a guide for United's new cleaning, safety and social distancing measures. marketingdive.com

Northgate Mall in Durham, N.C. Closes Due to COVID-19

Will anyone save Stage Stores From Liquidation?

Bed Bath & Beyond to reopen 600 stores by June 13; expanding contactless curbside pickup

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Bad Guys Using the 'Old West' Masked Bandits For Hold-Ups
The coronavirus pandemic is making things easier for thieves in masks
There's a troubling new reality for law enforcement: Masks that have made criminals stand apart long before bandanna-wearing robbers knocked over stagecoaches in the Old West and ski-masked bandits held up banks now allow them to blend in like concerned accountants, nurses and store clerks trying to avoid a deadly virus.

Across the United States, masks have become more and more prevalent, first as a voluntary precaution and then as a requirement imposed by governmental agencies and businesses. And people with masks - as well as latex gloves - have found their way into more and more crime reports. businessinsider.com


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As you prepare to reopen your business, you'll need to keep your customers and employees safe by adjusting your security measures to adhere to occupancy regulations. These guidelines can vary from a maximum threshold to the number of people per square foot. To enforce this, you'll need to know how many people are on your premises at any given moment then continuously monitor the data and act when thresholds are met.

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The Reality of IT Security
6 hard truths security pros must learn to live with

Crafty hackers, unwitting users, a relentless workload - working in IT security is all about accepting this as business as usual and pushing forward anyway.

You're on the front lines, fighting the good fight against a patient, smart, determined enemy that always seems to be one step ahead. Here are 6 hard truths that security practitioners must learn to accept and deal with.

Hackers are probably inside your network right now
We've all heard the old adage that there are two types of companies, those that have been hacked and those that have been hacked and don't know it yet. There's a grain of truth to that.

Nearly 70% of CISOs reported that they discovered malware hidden on their networks for an unknown period of time - in some cases over a year, according to a survey.

What you can do: Consider deploying threat hunting tools that create honeypots and use other advanced techniques to catch attackers before they can do damage.

You can do everything right and a careless end user can ruin everything
This is a tough one to swallow. You conduct extensive end user training; on a regular basis, you even send out fake phishes and then follow up by notifying the offenders that they clicked on a bad link in the hopes that they will learn from their mistakes.

What you can do: There are third-party anti-phishing services that try to stay one step ahead of the latest phishing tricks.

You face critical staffing and skills shortages
What you can do: Experts recommend that companies relax their sometimes rigid requirements that an applicant have specific certifications or years of experience. Organizations should also try to recruit and train employees from other parts of the company. Cross-training is important, as is the integration of security teams with other groups, such as DevOps or networking. If security becomes part of everyone's job, that takes some of the burden off of the designed security professionals.

IoT creates new and unforeseen security problems
What you can do: Security pros should focus on gaining visibility into the existence of unauthorized IoT devices that are already inside the network (Shodan can help here), putting IoT devices on a separate network, restricting access to the IoT device from external networks, changing default credentials, requiring strong passwords, and applying regular security and firmware updates.

You sometimes feel misunderstood and underappreciated
What you can do: Security pros should make a concerted effort to reach out to every corner of the business, building bridges, creating cross-disciplinary teams and pounding home the message that security is everyone's responsibility and should be embedded in every business process.

Stress, anxiety and burnout come with the territory
What you can do: There's no easy answer for this one, but security practitioners need to open up and talk about stress with their colleagues and make a determined effort to improve their work-life balance. csoonline.com

Vendor Community is as Shaky as the Retailers - Have a Plan
Managing vendor and supply chain risk in a recession

The COVID-19 crisis is putting security vendors, especially startups, under severe pressure. Here's how to vet their financial stability and prepare for the worst.

CISOs might struggle to understand the vendors and third-party contractors and the access points they have to an organization. "If you think about some part of the supply chain falling off, what if you didn't disable that connectivity? What if you didn't offboard those resources who now may still continue to have access into your environment?"

AdvertisementContingency planning for a third-party crisis
The best way to avoid a crisis is to understand your ecosystem. The more mature an organization's vendor risk management program is, the easier it is to adapt and incorporate additional risk factors around a recession into your business continuity planning.

Reach out to the most critical vendors and partners first to assess their stability. Don't rely on existing audits or assessment surveys. What was true for your vendors last year might not tally up with today's reality. "If a vendor suddenly goes out of business and they're critical to your operations, it will be a scramble,"

Questions to ask supply chain providers
For publicly listed companies, earnings statements can provide indicators such as cash flow, profitability, and outlook that give a reasonable picture of a company's health. Detailed accounts of cashflow or financial health are not likely available for privately held companies. Industry and equity analysts may publish insights within research recommendations.

Terry Ray, senior vice president and fellow at Imperva, adds that organizations should look at wider indicators around a startup's maturity: How many customers do they have? Are your peers using the technology? What is the media saying about that sector of security?

Offboarding vendors needs attention
Organizations such as the NCSC and NIST provide guides to help mitigate ongoing risk around the supply chain. Offboarding practices might not be so well-established. When removing a vendor or third party

CISOs need to work with the business
CISOs will need to work with other areas of the business to assess vendors' financial stability, understand the contractual obligations, and quantify the risk. Hickman says he rarely comes across a business where there's too much coordination among procurement, legal and the CISO. csoonline.com

Thousands of enterprise systems infected by new Blue Mockingbird malware gang

Exploiting a dangerous and hard to patch vulnerability to go after enterprise servers.

Thousands of enterprise systems are believed to have been infected with a cryptocurrency-mining malware operated by a group tracked under the codename of Blue Mockingbird.

Discovered earlier this month by malware analysts from cloud security firm Red Canary, the Blue Mockingbird group is believed to have been active since December 2019.

Researchers say Blue Mockingbird attacks public-facing servers running ASP.NET apps that use the Telerik framework for their user interface (UI) component.

Red Canary experts say that if the public-facing IIS servers are connected to a company's internal network, the group also attempts to spread internally via weakly-secured RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) or SMB (Server Message Block) connections. zdnet.com

UK Q1 Data Breach Reports Decline 19%




Use Only Devices Approved by Your Organization

Try to avoid using personal computers, tablets, and cell phones for work related matters. If you have children, do your best to not share devices and do not download movies, music, and other non-essential software on you work computer. These simple steps may help you avoid unwanted malware.




'Prime Day' Date A Problem For Competitors
Don't Expect Much Notice in September For Actual 'Prime Day' Date

Amazon Loves to Put Competitors on their Back Heels

Don't expect Amazon to provide much notice of a change. Last year's mid-July Prime Day dates were announced on July 1, which creates a new type of Prime Day problem for competitors.

How Would a Delayed Prime Day Impact Retail?

Prime Day 2020 reportedly will take place in September. Last year, Prime Day took place on July 15 and brought in more than $7 billion in sales. Prime Day launched in 2015.

The move to September promises to influence holiday shopping plans for many consumers, especially those struggling with loss of income and seeking to make their holiday dollars stretch further.

Will also force Amazon's retail competitors to rethink some of their own promotional events designed as what amounts to Prime Day counter-programming. According to RetailMeNot, in fact, more than 300 retailers last year offered their own promotions to counter Prime Day and take advantage of the shopping mindset Amazon's event encourages. retailleader.com

An eighth Amazon warehouse employee has died from COVID-19
According to the company, the worker in North Randall, a village outside of Cleveland, was sent home from work on April 30. She received a positive test a little over a week later, on May 8. Amazon says it notified fellow employees of the death and has provided counseling to colleagues.

The overall number of Amazon workers who have tested positive for the virus remains a mystery. The company stands by its decision not to disclose such information. "We don't think that number is super valuable," it has said previously. techcrunch.com

Deploying A Multilayered Fraud Prevention System During The COVID-19 Pandemic







Antioch, CA: Police make arrest in $50,000 burglary of JC Penney jewelry department
One man was arrested and at least two more are sought in connection with a break-in burglary early Friday morning at the JC Penney store in far southeast Antioch, police said. Police were called at 6:05 a.m. Friday by a silent alarm to the temporarily closed JC Penney store. Police said several further reports of activated alarms came in, and the alarm company said surveillance cameras were being deactivated from inside the store. A search team including a police dog and aided a drone and pole cameras, and by thermal imaging equipment from the Contra Costa Fire Protection District searched the store for hours before finding one suspect hiding behind a small wall above the ceiling tiles. Police said the man was in possession of several pieces of jewelry from inside the store. Further investigation revealed at least two other suspects entered the store, smashed the jewelry cases and tried to steal approximately $50,000 worth of jewelry. Antioch officers found and recovered all of the stolen jewelry, inside a duffel bag in the store. The two additional suspects escaped. ktvu.com

Olympia, WA: Police track strong-armed AT&T store robbery suspects; 3 arrested in $40,000 theft
About 8:30 p.m. Thursday, police responded to the AT&T store. A sales clerk working at the store told police a man pretended to be a customer, using a ruse to get the clerk to go to a back office. Once he was in the office, the man and two others followed him, Police said. The men held the clerk against a wall and struck him, stealing what the store estimates was $40,000 to $50,000 worth of electronics, such as cell phones and tablets. AT&T Security began helping detectives track the stolen property via GPS, according to Police. The signal was traced to an apartment complex in north Seattle. Detectives parked across from the apartment and saw a car that matched a description given by the store clerk, with stolen property visible in the back seat. A witness told detectives they had seen three men in the apartment building. They called Seattle Police for assistance and applied for warrants to search the car and apartment. In the apartment, Olympia Police arrested the three men, on suspicion of second-degree robbery. The department believes it recovered all the stolen equipment. theolympian.com

Update: Bullhead City, AZ: Lowe's, Ace Hardware Thief rejects plea deal; could face 200 years
A Bullhead City man charged with a dozen counts across five separate cases rejected a plea offer Thursday while also asking for a new attorney. For the second week in a row, Austin Richard Peacock, 25, was expected to plead guilty. But his attorney, Jon Gillenwater, said his client rejected a plea offer that stipulated a 13-year prison sentence. Instead, Superior Court Judge Derek Carlisle explained the sentencing ranges in all five cases where Peacock could face up to 200 years if he is convicted of all 12 charges. The sentences could run consecutively to each other since the alleged crimes took place on separate occasions. Carlisle also rejected, for now, Peacock's request for a new attorney. In the other 2019 case, Peacock is charged with trafficking in stolen property, which allegedly occurred April 28, 2019. Peacock is also charged in three 2020 cases, including being felony forgery and misdemeanor theft in one case, organized retail theft in a second case, and trafficking in stolen property and two counts of organized retail theft in a third case. mohavedailynews.com

Johnson, RI: Police identify suspect accused of stealing $10K worth of eyeglasses

Santa Clarita Valley, CA: 4 Detained After Alleged $2,000 Grand Theft At Canyon Country Costco

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Shootings & Deaths

Minneapolis, MN: 'I cannot breathe!': FBI investigates death of black man outside Cup Foods grocery store; Video shows police officer kneeling on his neck
As additional information has been made available, it has been determined that the Federal Bureau of Investigations will be a part of this investigation. On Monday evening, shortly after 8:00 pm, officers from the Minneapolis Police Department responded to the 3700 block of Chicago Avenue South on a report of a forgery in progress. Officers were advised that the suspect was sitting on top of a blue car and appeared to be under the influence.

Two officers arrived and located the suspect, a male believed to be in his 40s, in his car. He was ordered to step from his car. After he got out, he physically resisted officers. Officers were able to get the suspect into handcuffs and noted he appeared to be suffering medical distress. Officers called for an ambulance. He was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center by ambulance where he died a short time later. At no time were weapons of any type used by anyone involved in this incident. washingtonpost.com insidempd.com

Houston, TX: Police shoot and killed Armed Robber after stabbing an 80 year old woman outside Walgreens; the woman later died
Houston police officer shot and killed a man who had fatally stabbed a woman in a store parking lot Saturday and was threatening the officer with a knife, police say. It was the fifth fatal shooting by a Houston police officer within the last month. It happened after a woman in her 80s was stabbed while returning to her car around 10 a.m. after shopping at a Walgreens, said Houston police Chief Art Acevedo. An officer found the stabbing suspect armed with a knife inside the woman's car and ordered him to get out, Acevedo said. The officer opened fire after the suspect lunged at him, Acevedo said. The suspect's name has not been released. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman died at a hospital. en.brinkwire.com

South Union Township, PA: Restaurant employee arrested for shooting, killing another man outside Long John Silvers
A 39-year-old man was shot multiple times and died outside a Fayette County Long John Silvers restaurant, police said. Investigators said Justin Rittacco, 21, was identified as the shooter. He was arrested and charged with criminal homicide. wpxi.com

Brooklyn, NY: C-store employee arrested after Armed Robber with knife is shot and killed; unlicensed firearm

Kansas City, MO: Man killed in shooting outside C- store

Daytona Beach, FL: Police Officers shoot, injured man who pointed rifle at them outside C-Store/ Restaurant


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Arvada, CO: 'This Is Me And My Crew, Bro': Accused Felon Admits Stealing Guns To Undercover Agent
Four men were caught by federal agents in an undercover operation Tuesday in Arvada. The four were charged Thursday with the theft of firearms from gun store in late April and the sale of those weapons. Twenty-one guns were stolen from Eagles Nest Armory at 3:45 a.m. that day. Surveillance video released by the Arvada Police Department showed four individuals pulling up to the business in a black SUV, breaking into the store's back door with a pry tool, and running back to the vehicle and driving off four minutes after arriving. 9news.com

Jennings, LA: Man pulled gun on KFC employee over wait time, fled scene

Southwick, MA: Police arrest 5 Chicopee men in connection with theft of guns, cash and tools from construction company

Manchester, NH: 17 cars stolen worth $700K: Police investigating rental car theft scheme out of Manchester Airport

Anchorage, AK: Home Depot Shoplifter Charged with Robbery after Pulling Ax on Loss Prevention

UK: London: Police hunt man after Smash and Grab at Shepherd's Bush jewellers

Melbourne, AU: Miss Louise robbery: YSL designer goods stolen from Melbourne CBD store on Collins Street



Laurel County, Belk Shoplifter with prior conviction sentenced to 10 years for Robbery, employee injured during apprehension





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• 17 robberies
• 7 burglaries
• 0 shootings
• 0 killed

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