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Amazon Logistics Loss Prevention
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During a team meeting at Feeding San Diego this week

Left to right: Henry Johnson - Sr RLPM, AMZL; Tim Ayo - Sr RLPM, AMZL; Keith Gregory - RLPM, Specialty Operations; Drew Beckett - Sr Manager, AMZL; Howard Stone - Director, Logistics LP; Bill O'Malley - Manager, Investigations; Pat Moran - Sr RLPM, GSF; Tyson Robertson - Sr RLPM, GSF; (kneeling) Peter Piazza- Sr RLPM, GSF; Yosef Messina- Sr RLPM, AMZL; Graham Kuzia - Manager, Field Execution; Edgar Cedeno - Sr Manager, GSF; Rodney Simms - Sr Manager, ATS

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How Gap Inc.'s LP leader also helps preserve the planet

Keith White has a unique title and position. As the executive vice president of loss prevention and global sustainability at Gap Inc., the skills and knowledge acquired through a career in loss prevention help him look at the bigger picture - much bigger than just himself or the company. "I feel like there's a better nexus between global sustainability and loss prevention," he says: In one way he's charged with the responsibility to protect the planet, in the other he's working to preserve it. On this episode, White joins the Retail Gets Real team to discuss emerging trends in the loss prevention world and how the apparel retailer is taking corporate social responsibility to the next level.

White sees three emerging trends in LP. First, active shooter and other emergency incidents are a growing threat. He stresses the importance of proper training for retail stores, team members, corporate headquarters and everyone on the supply chain so they are prepared to respond appropriately in emergency incidents. The opioid epidemic is "driving people who are educated and have access to wealth to make decisions or to do things that they typically wouldn't do," White says, "whether it's shoplifting behavior or it's violent behavior." He urges those in loss prevention to understand the effect the drug has on their businesses. nrf.com

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Detroit Police Can Continue to Use Facial Recognition
The Detroit's Board of Police Commissioners approved a policy for police to use facial recognition technology.

The policy only allows facial recognition to be used on still images of people suspected of violent crimes or home invasion. It prohibits the use of facial scanning for "surveillance," through livestreams or on mobile devices, and at "First Amendment events" such as protests or other constitutionally-protected activities.

The directive states that police analysts must verify any facial recognition matches the software produces, and get that verification approved by a supervisor. Any facial recognition identification is only a lead for investigators and can never be used as the sole basis for an arrest, says the policy. securitymagazine.com

CNN: Asking customers not to bring guns into stores is one thing
Enforcing the policy is another

Walmart and seven other retailers made major political statements earlier this month when they asked customers not to openly carry firearms in their stores.

But enforcing the new gun policies will be complicated. Employees are on the front lines of enforcing the rules. Educating workers about how and when to approach armed customers requires training, and many employees may feel uncomfortable about asking gunholders to leave a store. There is also little data on whether banning open carry really does keep people safer.

That's why the policies, though well-intentioned, may not have much impact on reducing guns in stores. cnn.com

Carnegie report says facial recognition and AI surveillance spreading faster than thought
At least 75 countries around the world are actively using artificial intelligence tools such as facial biometrics to conduct surveillance on citizens, according to The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

A new report from the organization says that IBM and Cisco are among the government AI surveillance market's leaders. The technology is used by autocratic regimes, as well as liberal democracies such as the United States and France.

Major findings include that the spread of AI surveillance technology is much faster and wider than previously understood, with 64 countries actively using facial recognition, 56 implementing smart city systems, and 52 using smart policing technologies. biometricupdate.com

Report: 10% Year-Over-Year Increase in Gift Card Sales
According to Paytronix Systems Inc.'s Paytronix Annual Gift Card Sales Report: 2019, there is a consistent 10% year-over-year growth in gift card sales for the 220 brands surveyed in this year's report versus the 190 brands surveyed for its 2018 reports.

The Paytronix Annual Gift Card Sales Report: 2019 includes an in-depth look into holiday gift card sales, sales by channel and service type and anticipated redemption.

The report also reveals new insights on eGift cards, such as average load to a virtual stored value card and how restaurants can anticipate their eGift card sales to look during the busy holiday season. cstoredecisions.com

Apple's Ron Johnson - Amazon's Disruption is Over
Amazon has to 'figure out how to compete with Target and Walmart'

Target and Walmart's online sales are growing three times Amazon's in the U.S. Forty percent pick up at store, they're getting it same day. Amazon can't do that. So they've got to figure out how to compete with Target and Walmart." Ron Johnson, Enjoy CEO and former CEO of JCPenney (JCP), told Yahoo Finance's The Final Round.

Amazon has changed the retail landscape over the past 25 years, but now the industry it disrupted is beating the company at its own game, he said. Johnson said that the company's lack of physical locations is putting it a disadvantage.

"Once the physical companies took advantage of online shopping, fast shipping, pick-up in store, great technology, their traffic in stores is growing and their online is growing. So Amazon is kind of left out not having a physical footprint, and so they're trying to compete with this fast delivery which is going to be very expensive for them."

As Walmart and Target maintain rapid e-commerce growth, it's clear that the merging of online retailing with traditional retailing is becoming more important in the success of a company's e-commerce business.

"Amazon disrupted for a while, that's over now. Now the big stores have disrupted Amazon back" Johnson said. yahoo.com

Vast Majority of Consumers Already Plan to Return Holiday Gifts
During the upcoming holiday season 77 percent of consumers surveyed said they plan to return a portion of their gifts, with nearly 20 percent expecting to return more than half of their presents (sorry grandma!). This is both a blessing and a curse for retailers planning for the holiday season. While 32 percent of those polled noted they plan to return gifts via mail, 65 percent intend to return them to the store, giving brick-and-mortar retailers another opportunity to engage customers and boost post-holiday sales.

"Preparing for returns is a best practice, leveraging returns intelligence to inform product development and new customer acquisition strategies is next practice retail." oracle.com

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IMPACT is a two-day event, taking place Sep 30 - Oct 2 at the University of Florida, designed to help participants better understand how they can use research approaches to help reduce crime and loss, and increase sales. This year's conference will explore the theme of Trust, and how customer trust is key through our interactive Learning Labs, panels, presentations, and much more.
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Checkpoint Systems Announces CBD Product Protection Solutions for Retailers

Provides Security Keepers and Labels for theft prevention on products containing CBD

THOROFARE, N.J., Sept. 18, 2019 - Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS), RFID solutions and Alpha High-Theft Solutions for the retail industry, today announced its line of specialized security labels and Keepers® to protect against retail CBD theft.

The portfolio of solutions offers retailers the ability to openly display popular CBD and other high value products by removing them from locked cabinets, assuring easy access for customers. Security Labels and Keepers are proven to increase sales and decrease shrink with an impressive ROI.

According to Stuart Rosenthal, Vice President of Sales for Checkpoint's Alpha High-Theft Solutions, "By having such a wide variety of Keeper sizes available, it makes protecting new products, such as CBD, straightforward and simple."

Keeper features include:
Available in AM or RF technology
Durable construction
Quick application and removal
Keeps original package intact
Customization options available


Label features include:
Visible EAS circuit provides a strong visual deterrent against shoplifters
Clear viewing window complements product packaging
Offers covert protection without brand degradation
Uses aggressive packaging adhesive
Designed to support high-speed @source integration
Custom printing available

Keepers and Labels are available immediately.

About Checkpoint Systems, Inc. (www.checkpointsystems.com)
A division of CCL Industries, Checkpoint Systems is the only vertically integrated RF/RFID solution provider for retail. With consumer demands accelerating at an extraordinary rate driven by technology, Checkpoint delivers intelligent solutions - bringing clarity and efficiency into the retail environment anytime, anywhere. Through a unique offering of software, hardware, labels, tags and connected cloud-based solutions, Checkpoint optimizes retail operations and efficiencies with real-time intuitive data delivered throughout the supply chain and in-store resulting in improved profitability and an enriched consumer experience. Checkpoint's intelligent retail solutions are built upon 50 years of radio frequency technology expertise, innovative high-theft and loss prevention solutions, market-leading software, RFID hardware and comprehensive labeling capabilities to brand, secure and track merchandise from source to shelf.





Preparing For Physical and Cybersecurity Convergence
Today's security professionals need comprehensive strategies that take both physical security and cybersecurity into account.

In an era of increasingly sophisticated security threats, CIOs, CISOs, and COOs alike need to be more committed than ever to protect their data, facilities, and teams. From unauthorized personnel attempting to gain entry to your facilities to cybercriminals looking to breach your network, private security and public safety stakeholders need to be everywhere at once - or at least have the software that can help counter each specific threat.

This is only getting harder as digital infrastructure becomes more advanced and bleeds into the physical security world. For example, with organizations relying on the Internet of Things (IoT) for a greater share of their physical security - the number of IoT-connected devices is projected to reach 75.4 billion by 2025 - physical and IT security leaders need to defend a larger attack surface than ever before. securitymagazine.com

What your cybersecurity vendor isn't telling you
Service Level Agreements (SLAs) have been used in the IT world for many years as a contractual mechanism for holding service providers accountable and extracting defined payments and penalties when they mess up. Likewise, vendors have used SLAs to put their "money where their mouth is" in terms of fulfilling value promises and establishing important metrics for their customers. In reality, SLAs have not kept up with either of these purposes.

For most IT pros, once contracts are signed, the SLAs are shelved by both parties and do nothing meaningful to guide the relationship. Most enterprises are sophisticated enough to understand that any monetary compensation for a vendor's failure to perform is likely to be so insignificant as not to warrant the effort. Similarly, SMBs may lack the technical resources or manpower to properly document vendor failures, and pursuing remedies from vendors is likely #599 on the top-600 list of priorities.

So, if SLAs are virtually worthless in practice, why do we still use them? helpnetsecurity.com

Capital One: What's in Your Cloud
Controlling Your Tokens

The lack of visibility into the expanded cloud attack surface is a fast-growing problem that is only getting worse. Although we have seen misconfigurations in the cloud before, the Capital One breach is a sobering reality check for the security industry. We need to vastly improve threat detection and response in cloud environments.

The simple misconfiguration of a web application firewall (WAF) - which is designed to stop unapproved access - enabled the attacker to obtain an access token from that same WAF to carry out the breach.

AWS enables organizations to issue tokens that give trusted users temporary security credentials that control access to AWS resources. Temporary security credentials work almost identically to long-term access key credentials.

A temporary token is a good way to give a user the right to perform specific tasks and it reduces the need to manage access to certain accounts. However, it runs the risk of exposing passwords from a compromised account.

The misconfiguration of the Capital One WAF enabled a remote attacker to generate a temporary AWS token that could then be used to fetch data from an AWS simple storage service (S3). securitymagazine.com

California's IoT Security Law Causing Confusion
The law, which goes into effect January 1, requires manufacturers to equip devices with 'reasonable security feature(s).' What that entails is still an open question.

The California law, Senate Bill 327, was approved by the governor a year ago and requires that all connected devices sold in the state- no matter where they are made - incorporate "a reasonable security feature or features" that appropriately protect the user of the product and the user's data from unauthorized access, modification, or disclosure. The law specifies that single hard-coded passwords are not allowed, and each device must either have a unique passcode or require the user to generate a new passcode before using the device for the first time.

The way the law is written, ensuring devices follow that guidance may be enough, says Christine Lyon, partner in the privacy practice of Morrison & Foerster. "The law is only specific to authentication," she says. "That seems sufficient, but what I suspect will happen over time is that we will see more specificity around the required security features." darkreading.com

What are Hacker Preferences When Targeting Privileged Credentials?
During the Black Hat annual conference in Las Vegas August 3-8, 2019, Thycotic conducted research with nearly 300 attendees identifying either as "hackers" (49 percent) or "security professionals" (51 percent). Only four percent of hacker respondents to the survey identify themselves as criminals using their skills for malicious activity.

Both hackers and security pros strongly agree that service accounts are an attractive target because hackers can easily elevate privileges and gain access to sensitive information. Interestingly, a third of all respondents say that passwords are only changed after a compromise occurs. securitymagazine.com

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Samsøe & Samsøe selects Nedap's cloud-based RFID platform
for European roll-out

Full inventory visibility enables improved product availability
in both stores and supply chain

Nedap, the global leader in RFID-based retail solutions, recently announced that Samsøe & Samsøe, one of Denmark's fastest growing fashion retailers, has selected Nedap's leading RFID platform !D Cloud, as a foundation for their RFID implementation. Known as an international brand rooted in Scandinavian simplicity, Samsøe & Samsøe is positioning itself to take RFID beyond the brick and mortar store walls in order to develop a future-proof omnichannel strategy. Read more Here





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Watch FaceFirst CEO Peter Trepp and CRO Dara Riordan discuss how loss prevention leaders are using face recognition to prevent organized retail crime, how the technology will transform retail beyond LP over the next 5 years, and bust common facial recognition myths.

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Amazon employees are joining the Global Climate Walkout, 9/20
1,699* Amazon employees are walking out on September 20, 2019, in support of youth who are calling for a global climate strike.

Amazon employees: visit https://global-climate-walkout.corp.amazon.com/ on the internal network and pledge to walk out with us! medium.com

Automated Cyberattacks on E-commerce Companies Growing More Sophisticated and Difficult to Detect
Imperva, Inc. released the first industry-specific study into the impact of bad bots on the e-commerce industry, titled, "How Bots Affect E-commerce." The report analyzed 16.4 billion requests from 231 domains during the month of July 2019. The report found that the sophistication level of bots attacking e-commerce sites is on the rise, with nearly four-fifths (79.2 percent) classified as moderate or sophisticated, up from 75.8 percent in 2018.

E-commerce companies suffer from a continual barrage of bad bots that criminals, competitors, resellers and investment companies use to carry out unauthorized price scraping, inventory checking, denial of inventory, scalping, customer account takeover, gift card abuse, spam comments, transaction fraud and more. These nefarious activities not only damage the customer experience and brand, they can also lead to poor website performance and even downtime, ultimately resulting in lost revenue during peak traffic times like Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

"We agree with the approach taken in proposed legislation to ban the use of 'Grinch bots' and 'sneaker bots,' which are used to scalp limited edition, high-demand inventory, yet we know from first-hand experience that legal action alone is not enough. Online retailers must also practice good web security hygiene and take advantage of the technology solutions at their disposal to protect their websites and customers. Gaining a granular understanding of bot threats is a critical first step in the right direction," said Tiffany Olson Kleemann, VP of Bot Management at Imperva and former CEO of Distil.

Click here to download the full report.  imperva.com

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Fraud Gang Ringleader Pleads Guilty to $1.3M Multi-State Fraud
The leader of a multi-state conspiracy that stole and used personal identifying information of others to defraud banks, finance companies, car dealerships and retailers of more than $1.3 million pleaded guilty in federal court in Providence today to conspiracy, aggravated identity theft and fraud charges.

Octavio Andres Difo-Castro, 28, of Brooklyn, New York, admitted that he employed several individuals who, at his direction, opened bank accounts and applied for and received financing for automobiles, clothing, and electronic devices using fraudulent driver's licenses, Social Security numbers, and other documents he created with stolen information he purchased on the Dark Web.

Difo-Castro's admitted to the court that, at his direction, several individuals opened bank accounts using fraudulent IDs he provided to deposit and withdraw fraudulently obtained funds; to pose as both the seller and the buyer of vehicles in order to fraudulently secure bank and/or credit union financing from financial institutions in several states; and used stolen IDs he provided to obtain retail store credit and make purchases at clothing and cellphone retailers in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

According to information presented to the court, banks and credit unions were defrauded of $899,866; cellphone retailers of $117,341; and clothing retailers of $14,067. justice.gov

Markham, IL: More than $1M in goods stolen from Rail Cars recovered in Markham; 5 arrested
Five men have been arrested as Markham police said they have recovered more than $1 million in stolen goods. The stolen items include high-end handbags, bicycles, electronics and household goods taken from local rail cars. Police also recovered $16,000 in cash, narcotics, three stolen hand guns and multiple stolen vehicles. Markham police said the stolen goods were found in a storage facility. Five people are in custody and more arrests are possible, police said. "As we continue to sort through local storage areas we are finding more stolen merchandise," said Markham Police Chief Terry White. chicago.cbslocal.com

$60,000 burglarized from Sunglass Hut in Camarillo; two suspects arrested
A crew of burglars stole an estimated $60,000 worth of property from a Sunglass Hut in Camarillo early Thursday, according to the Ventura County Sheriff's Office. Police were notified around 3:30 a.m. about a burglary alarm at the Camarillo Premium Outlets.. Deputies arrived to find the store's glass window broken. Authorities performed a search of the area and found a vehicle fleeing toward Los Angeles. Ventura County sheriff's deputies pursued the vehicle, but eventually lost sight of it as it entered Los Angeles. Later that morning, officers with the Los Angeles Police Department found a vehicle that matched the description of the one involved with the burglary. Two suspects, identified as Vincent Reese, 34, and Dayquan Ware, 29, both of Los Angeles, were arrested and a large amount of stolen property was recovered, according to authorities. vcstar.com

La Cañada Flintridge, CA: Smash & Grab Thieves bring hammer into T.J.Maxx, smash cases while customers watch
Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station detectives are investigating a smash-and-grab burglary at the T.J.Maxx store in La Cañada Wednesday night, during which suspects broke display cases with a hammer and stole $16,000 in designer handbags while customers shopped nearby. Watch Commander Lt. Mark Lopez said deputies responded to 663 Foothill Blvd. at about 8:50 p.m., 10 minutes before the store was scheduled to close. Witnesses reported seeing four black male adults wearing hooded sweatshirts enter the store. "They used a hammer to smash the purse [display] cases," Lopez said Thursday, adding several high-end purses were taken during the incident. "Then they left through the front door."  latimes.com

Plainville, MA: Burglaries at 2 Mass Target stores connected to multi-state smash & grab spree
Smash-and-grab criminals who have targeted stores in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are believed to be responsible for similar crimes at two Target stores in Massachusetts, a law enforcement source told Boston 25 News. On Aug 3, Target in Plainville reported a burglary, three iPhones totaling $2,500 were stolen. The damage to the glass door was estimated at $1,200. Fast forward to September 8, our source said a man smashed through the front glass doors of the Target in Marlborough. 24 hours later and more than three-hundred miles away, two people were seen shattering glass doors to get inside a Target store in Exton, Pennsylvania. boston25news.com

North Carolina: Identity Scammers theft ring leaps from hotel window before capture
A man accused of perpetrating an identity theft scam with three others in North Carolina sprung from a second-story hotel window to evade police, court documents say. It didn't work. Federal prosecutors said in an indictment released Tuesday that the man, his ex-girlfriend and two others racked up $450,000 on credit cards, buying merchandise and nice cars. After his daring escape, police in North Carolina caught Kevin D. Bennett-Rosario, 44, with several fake IDS and sheets of paper with the names, addresses and Social Security numbers of other people, prosecutors said. "The defendants used the stolen identities of real persons... to create identification cards in the victims' names, but with the defendants' photographs," the indictment states. Prosecutors said they opened credit cards at places such as Lowe's, Walmart, Belk, Kohl's and Target, and purchased vehicles from multiple CarMax dealerships in the Carolinas, Tennessee and Georgia. charlotteobserver.com

Atlantic City, NJ: Five men were charged with identity theft after using $11,900 worth of gift cards purchased at a casino with a stolen credit card

Toledo, OH: Man suspected of stealing $2,037 worth of Apple Pencils

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Shootings & Deaths

Shannon, MS: Police officer kills man who shot and killed woman in C-store
A sheriff in northeast Mississippi says a police officer has shot and killed a man who had just killed a woman in a small-town convenience store. Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson tells local news media that the two shootings happened Thursday morning at Griggs Grocery and Deli in Shannon. The names of those killed were not immediately released. Johnson says a man followed a woman into the store and fired several shots, killing her. He says an off-duty Shannon police officer was in the store and fatally shot the man. Johnson says nobody else was injured. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation will examine what happened, as is usual for fatal shootings involving law enforcement officers. clarionledger.com

Chicago, IL: Three people shot and killed standing outside C-Store
Eleven people were shot Wednesday in Chicago, including three who were killed outside a Garfield Park store on the West Side. They were standing on a sidewalk in front of the store about 2:48 p.m. in the 4200 block of West Madison Street when someone in a white sedan opened fire,. Charles Boston, 19, Tion Lewis, 22, and Quashun Nolton, 23, were struck and taken to Mt. Sinai Hospital, where they died, police and the Cook County medical examiner's office said. All three lived in South Austin, just west of where they were shot. A fourth man, 25, was taken to a hospital for treatment, police said. His condition was stabilized.  chicago.suntimes.com

Portland, OR: Customer and Thief injured in shooting outside The Home Depot
Police said a Home Depot customer and a suspected thief near a Northeast Portland Home Depot were injured during a fight Thursday that led to a shooting. According to Portland Police Bureau, a security guard confronted a theft suspect, and a community member got involved, getting into a confrontation with the suspect. Police said someone drew a weapon, but didn't specify who. Officers said the suspect, an adult male, is believed to have gunshot wounds, and is in critical condition. Police said the community member, an adult male, was cooperating with investigators. Around 3:15 p.m. he was still at the scene, and appeared to have minor injuries. No charges or citations have been announced by police. oregonlive.com

Bakersfield, CA: Liquor Store clerk stops robbery attempt, opens fire on armed suspects
A liquor store clerk in Bakersfield, CA ended up stopping a robbery attempt and opened fire on two armed robbers on Wednesday night, Sept. 18, according to authorities. Kern County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) deputies said two suspects in masks, one of which had a shotgun with him, entered Columbus Market on Alta Vista Drive at about 8:20 p.m. The store employee grabbed the shotgun in an attempt to pull it away from the suspect, according to authorities. A struggle for it ensued, but the clerk ended up pulling out his own handgun and fired a shot at the suspects. The clerk suffered minor injuries. It is unknown if either of the suspects were hit by the shot, KCSO said. They had already fled when the deputies arrived. thebl.com

Robberies, Incidents & Thefts


Bakersfield, CA: BPD arrests man wanted in sexual assault of girl at Target store
The Bakersfield Police Department said 65-year-old Steven Waldo was arrested early Thursday morning and booked into the Kern County Jail on suspicion of annoying a child. The department said Waldo was pretending to be a loss prevention officer at the Valley Plaza Mall Target, and told a juvenile girl that he needed to search her as part of a theft investigation. The man allegedly took the girl, who BPD said is between 13 and 15 years old, near the women's restroom and sexually assaulted her, police said.  kget.com


St Marys, OH: Sheetz employee busted for theft of $5000 in lottery tickets


Palm Beach County, FL: $2 Million in High End Counterfeit merchandise seized by PBSO
Authorities say investigators arrested two people following the discovery of more than $2 million in counterfeit merchandise in Palm Beach County. The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office says private merchandise investigators from A Action Investigations contacted the agency on Wednesday and said a man, later identified as 32-year-old Steven Michael Price, was selling a huge amount of fake watches under a woman's name through the LetGo app. PBSO said undercover detectives met up with Price around 11 a.m. at a Peter Piper Pizza on Jog Road in Greenacres under the guise of purchasing counterfeit Rolex watches. wptv.com



C-Store - Cumberland County, PA - Burglary
C-Store - Augusta, GA - Burglary/ Arson
C-Store - Moline, IL - Armed Robbery
CVS - Rancho Bernardo, CA - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Milwaukee, WI - Robbery
Golf - San Diego, CA - Armed Robbery
Jewelry - Pleasanton, CA - Robbery
Liquor - Bakersfield, CA - Armed Robbery
Liquor - Bala Cynwyd, PA - Burglary
Liquor - Kalamazoo, MI - Armed Robbery
Marijuana - Tacoma, WA - Burglary
Nails - Las Vegas, NV - Robbery/ Assault
Pharmacy - Mansfield Township, NJ - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Houston, TX - Burglary
Restaurant - Laurel, MT - Armed Robbery (Taco Bell)
Restaurant - Victorville, CA - Burglary
Restaurant - Myrtle Beach, SC - Robbery (Dunkin)
Shoe - Fort Wayne, IN - Robbery/ Assault
Sunglass Hut - Camarillo, CA - Burglary
TJ Maxx - La Canada Flintridge, CA - Robbery
7-Eleven - St Louis, MO - Armed Robbery
7-Eleven - St Louis, MO - Armed Robbery



Daily Totals:
15 robberies
7 burglaries
0 shootings
0 killed


Weekly Totals:
65 robberies
41 burglaries
0 shootings
0 killed




None to report.

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