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Loserdub wrote

Careful man the only time I ever got caught was at Mei I know where you're talking about I am from the mitten.

I had used an alpha key and done a rather large Hall but there LP is pretty good and they are people you would never suspect the person that caught me was some old lady who had been watching me from a mile away

So just be careful and if you're going to do a Big heist I highly suggest having someone outside because they will call the police and have them waiting for you and if you have someone outside they can tell you if they see cops pulling up otherwise you are in the clear.

For the most part I have gotten so many small things from that store it is insane but yes you will be watched if you grab larger things and disappear or find somewhere where you can remove the security tag

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comrade_z wrote

Act natural. Be cool. And don't force it. Be aware, be careful comrade

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BrowseDuringClass1917 wrote (edited )

My first large haul from a grocery store was done by simply taking reusable bags off the shelves, filling them up, and leaving. Alternatively, you can get a plastic bag from the self-checkout area and fill that up and walkout. Nobody will question you if you just act like you belong, the golden rule applies.

Also, always check for tags that will set off the towers on artisanal items. Don’t want to get put into an unnecessary situation.

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marcus66502 wrote (edited )

My first large haul from a grocery store was done by simply taking reusable bags off the shelves, filling them up, and leaving.

You see, in my area that just doesn't work. They have greeters and many times security guards asking for receipts from anyone who's walking out with merchandise that's not bagged in WalMart store plastic bags. This by the way happens a lot, people bringing their own bags or choosing not to have items bagged because stores here charge 5 cents for plastic bags. Similarly, anyone with a backpack is tailed. The LP stops that I saw while working at WMart involved people walking out with backpacks or their own reusable bags.

Alternatively, you can get a plastic bag from the self-checkout area and fill that up and walkout.

This works, but again, if you do it enough times some employee will eventually notice and flag the event, which will lead to LP going through camera footage next day. You got away, but you've been made, and they'll know to look out for you on your next visit. If you're going to do this, make sure you don't come back to this store for a while and if you have to come back change your appearance to throw them off. You don't get to find out if you've been made until you're stopped (how's that for a golden rule?)

Nobody will question you if you just act like you belong,

What does that even mean any more? I got caught walking out with just one item, after going in and going out in less than 30 seconds. Plain clothes LP just happened to be watching at the right place at the right time.

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JohnBoJim_87 wrote

They have greeters and many times security guards asking for receipts from anyone who's walking out with merchandise that's not bagged in WalMart store plastic bags

Just say no thanks & keep walking.

Plain clothes LP just happened to be watching at the right place at the right time.

That's exactly right. Just bad luck/timing.

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marcus66502 wrote

Good idea. You'd be surprised how much you can hide in large but cheap items as you go through self check out. I don't want to give too many specific details in here but brainstorm and you will get creative.

The other thing with self check out is that you don't have to move the large items from the cart. Just make sure the barcode is facing up and use the hand-held scanning gun to pretend to scan the item. They don't have a way of telling whether it was genuine scanning failure or intentional. Without proof of intent, there's no shoplifting charge. Worst than can happen is they can give you the option to pay for the item or pass on it.

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