Skip to comments.VIDEO: Store Clerk Stands Up To Shoplifting Mob
Posted on 06/17/2014 7:09:47 AM PDT by GrandJediMasterYoda
VIDEO: Store Clerk Stands Up To Shoplifting Mob
June 16, 2014
(CBS) Chicago police are investigating a bold and massive shoplifting scheme. They walk into a store like any other shopper, only they have no plans to pay. In fact, they grab what they want and suddenly take off. But as CBS 2s Mike Parker reports, the thieves were not expecting a store employee to put up such a fight. A dozen or so people came to the Grand Crossing neighborhood K & G clothing store, but not in search of advertised bargains. They came to steal, as a pack, and in broad daylight. Surveillance video show a brazen robbery. The men and women bring their own shopping bags into the store and fill them up, then simply walk out of the store. The store is busy at the time and only one sales clerk catches on to whats happening. He tries to stop one man at the door, and theres a brief scuffle.
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...and then they wonder why there are no stores left to shop AT in the ‘hood.
Honest people pay for their theft. It’s just built in to what we have to pay.
I would be perfectly fine if they were sent to Saudi Arabia for justice. If they had a hand cut off, I would be perfectly fine with that.
The company that runs 7-11’s say you can’t fight robbers. You’ll be fired if you try to protect company’s property.
It really feels like the same dozen people have been cloned millions of times and spread around the country.
You see the exact same thing expressed with the exact same attitude again and again.
Yeah I guess that’s the reason, but I could never understand how this guy made a profit. It was ridiculous, once or twice a week they would come in and ransack the place.
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