Submitted by veggie_goth in Illegalism

any store, any item, what's on your wish list guys??

what are you interested in, what are you scoping out, have you already lifted it? tell me your fantasies πŸ˜»πŸ’•

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BernadettaAndTharja wrote

I just started lifting but my dream lift would be to walk out of maybe a Walmart with some Beats Headphones, a Razer (or Razor, whatever tf it is) Keyboard, and a Logitech mouse all at once. I'm not sure if Walmart even sells all of those but basically, I want some peripherals I can resell or use for myself.

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veggie_goth OP wrote

this is very possible!! just don't do it all at once!! I have a razer keyboard now by the same means. just plan a day trip if you have a car or train/bus accessibility. drive about an hour or two out of town to a nicer area. hit up each place for an item or two and either conceal and walk out then travel to your next target. much safer that way and you can definitely achieve it in one day! but scope out your path first, make sure they sell your items, and do a dry run first to find ur path, know your blind spots, and how risky it is first!

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BernadettaAndTharja wrote

Nice! Thank you for the tips. I'll keep that in mind. The thing I'm concerned about mainly is detagging. I might instead do it in a Staples since I heard that they also have what I'm looking for and they're easier to take from.

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veggie_goth OP wrote

they are much easier, yes. either way they will probably be spide wrapped. you can research detaching spider wraps but I just look for products that aren't wrapped tight enough and I can slide the wrap right off in a blind spot.

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BernadettaAndTharja wrote

Noted. It's worth doing a dry run to see if I need an S3 Key first then or if there's any merch that I can just slide the wrap off then?

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veggie_goth OP wrote

you also want to scope out inventory, lp, blind spots, how customers dress in this area/how you can blend in, how fast in and out you can be, where you can drop your wrap, etc. and dimensions so you can plan what kind of bag to bring or what clothes to wear so you can conceal on body. these things matter!

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BernadettaAndTharja wrote

Hmm. Those are good things to note. I'll keep those in mind as well. Thank you very much for the advice.

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BigThief wrote

Everything but the beats headphones are easy. The minute the weather starts to get chilly you can shove all of that equipment in your waistline and wrap a coat around it.

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BigThief wrote

Line up transport for 12 or so trailer units. Fill them with high end luxury car, part them out, ship them overseas to a prearranged buyer.

Heist a tractor trailer filled with Apple, Intel, or AMD products.

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veggie_goth OP wrote

wow! this might sound strange but that sounds so romantic! like wow that would be SO theatrical to have the skill to pull that off. I think it would feel like a movie.

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BigThief wrote

Getting cars is actually pretty easy. Don't be a dick and steal someone's personal car; only do this to a dealership. If you hunt around you can find out how to clone a keyfob.

Something else you can do is rent construction equipment, copy the key, then go back months later for the equipment. That is the technique a lot of folks use to steal an ATM.

I am not sure about the romance of it. Once you have a car it is an amazing amount of work to break it down. Having sweat dripping down your ass crack kinda kills it for me. lol.

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Lifted_Hickory wrote

No need to copy equipment keys. I'm a heavy equipment operator and most equipment is keyed alike. You can buy whole sets of keys online that will open and start the majority of equipment out there.

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BigThief wrote

At about what price point do most people start to GPS equipment?

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veggie_goth OP wrote

of course the planning and work that goes into it is not exactly beautiful. but the concept and execution makes it feel so dramatic and effortless. does that make sense?

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BigThief wrote

It does make sense. I was trying to make a joke. It did not come across very well in text. :)

Easier to say... imagine someone sweaty, with grease and metal grime on them and so not sexy.

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veggie_goth OP wrote

that depends on who you ask 😘

also! I did understand your joke, I was just worried I wasn't coming across clearly... oops!

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scotch_amnesia wrote

For achieved dreams, I got an entire frozen duck yesterday!!! I've been wanting duck for so long...

For out-there dreams, a jewel heist would be fun, although I suppose jewels are becoming a lot less valuable these days, what with common sense and all.

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veggie_goth OP wrote

but how magical would wearing that jewelry feel βœ¨πŸ’–βœ¨

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Shadow_walker wrote

A gaming pc and a oculus rift or quest always wanted one :) from walmart

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BigThief wrote (edited )

This is also pretty easy. Hit a Walmart in a college town late at night. Drive a few hours and just walk the fuck out. Scope out the Walmart for a few days so you know the break schedules. The minute people are returning from break just haul ass, don't look back, and part close enough with fake plate. You don't want to be running with 20 pounds of computer gear.

  • College towns tend to have more PC related items in stock.
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Zelixey wrote

Walmart has shit for computer parts. Micro Center and Frys are a million times better and easier than anything Walmart could possibly have for PC parts.

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BigThief wrote

I don't disagree with you. Not everyone has easy access to Microcenter and Frys is just about out of business.

My local Walmart carries the iBuyPower brand. The system has a Ryzen 7, SSD, , 16GB RAM, and GeForce 2060. It is not Asus or HP branded but the components are fairly decent and gives you room to upgrade.

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Wallyboi wrote

HP ink is source tagged, at least according to the list of source tagged items. I have a garden center with a design flaw that nobody else really knows about, so I can go out into the fenced area and put bags of stuff, then walk around the outside and grab it. It's best to get tri-color 952 or 962, really anything high priced. 952 will sell for around $30-39 on eBay.

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veggie_goth OP wrote

I'm considering building a PC with lifted pieces 😻

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What_The_Fuck wrote

Walmart- all the blankets and fluffy pillows, a bunch of yarn and fabric, a desk, and a comfy chair

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veggie_goth OP wrote

one step at a time chief but that's so doable! πŸ’•

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BigThief wrote

You can hit Joann's for all the fabric and yarn. Put everything inside of a fabric storage tote and wheel it out. Go on a busy Saturday or after church.

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