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Drshoplifter wrote

Yes. They use tiny pinhole cameras. I wouldn’t do it

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Yourlocallifter wrote

Alright thanks. Micro center was a bit of a drive from where I live, but I’m building a pc atm so that’s why it was just a thought

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Drshoplifter wrote

Best Buy is the easiest electronics store. It’s far easier than the shoplifting community thinks

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NewlyLifted wrote

The major tech stores around me seem to be (in order from easiest to hardest) 1.Fry’s 2. Microcenter 3. Best Buy. Microcenter is fairly difficult, the one around me has low shelves and is very easy to be caught in, I don’t know if they have active monitoring on the cameras but they probably do and they do have lp. Fry’s is easiest since it is so massive, high ceilings with high cameras, and yes lp, but they are so spread out they are easy to dodge. And we’ll, bestbuy is Best Buy. Difficult as hell

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BLee wrote

I know for a fact that at my local Microcenter the cameras aren't actively monitored.

If you're going to try, it's a good idea to take the item into the section with all the bookbags and carrying cases.

Normally it's a mess in that aisle and you can easily be slick and conceal what you need.

I've done MC before but in retrospect I shouldn't have because MC is actually a cool store to have near you.