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Drshoplifter wrote

That’s very rare. The only time you could be caught after you got home is if you’ve been caught before there and they know who you are. Personally I park in a nearby lot in case I have to run. But I certainly am not worried about them looking back on the camera and getting my plates. I even walked out with several computers and a tv once and I got away Scott free. I did however park in a nearby lot for that grab. If you take that much stuff they may actually go look back at the camera

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sudo wrote

You could also print out a fake temporary license plate, and use that instead of your real license plate when you park at the store.

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Newt wrote

Not worth it. Faking a license plate carries a WAY bigger penalty than shoplifting.

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DontFuckWithTarget wrote

I meet an LP from target once and he said that most of the time, the police have bigger fish to to fry. The stores have a bunch of pictures of license plates that just sit there.

Have faith in human lazyness lol

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Throwdown321 wrote

they only go after you, if your stealing a felonies worth of stuff, why waste taxpayer resources in catching someone who stole under that.

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youbuyingweselling wrote

I had a police officer come to my house one time after I had a encounter with a over zealous employee at dicks sporting goods. I detagging golf clubs, stashing them, and coming back later to retrieve them and on one instance I picked up a tail. I obviously didnt have anything so I kinda split but pointed out the obvious and even mentioned it to the employee I dont have anything blah blah blah... So later that evening I get a vist. Obviously the employee took down my license plate and the cop came and said they had me on camera stealing. They didnt and I knew it so I asked him to leave. The cop left and I didnt get arrested. So moral of story no. Cops will lie as this one did but you dont have to go nowhere especially if it is after the fact.

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youbuyingweselling wrote

Don't give loss prevention or police officers more credit than they deserve. They are just normal people doing a job and most of the times not the brightest people either.

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