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0siris wrote (edited )

Petland locks for reptiles (I've told you I think) my house if I lock myself out and display cases, cabinets with electronics. I can't see the lock for the reptile cabinet because its on the other side of a wood panel but I think it's this one or something similar

https://4.imimg.com/data4/KC/HW/MY-15247185/cabinet-drawer-lock-250x250.jpg

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0siris wrote

Indigo/chapters focuses there security at the real entrance, always try to leave through the cafe if possible. Also you can sit and pretend to read at the cafe if u suspect love. If u do this for long enough they usually leave or give you enough of an opening to slip the books in ur bag.

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0siris wrote

Another thing they do where I live is that they make you sign a consent form agreeing the risks of purchasing a small animal. I'd rather not have my name on record in case I get caught. The workers there are gullible so if I can usually lie my way out if I get caught. But if I have a record down i can't do that

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0siris wrote

The store I go to rarely has people at the cashier, do you think if I stuck a receipt on a terrarium o could walk out. There's only cameras on the register and the rodents with open top cages. But I could keep my back to the camera pretty easy if I'm walking out. I go to the petland I usually steal from a decent amount ,but I never interact with employees unless it's absolutely necessary. Is there a reason I shouldn't go back if they have no good cameras?

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0siris wrote

Alright thanks!If you could, is there a good way to ensure that the employee won't go to where I am. Like asking for service/help then pretending to normally shop. The petland I'm planning only has cameras on the rodents, but it's pretty easy for an employee to spot me if they walked past seeing the way the reptile area is built.

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0siris wrote

No, I think I didn't described it properly. The laptops are out in the open for display, there's a metal bracket on the underside with hole for a white wire I assume is connected to an alarm, and the hole to too small to unplug the wire, which will probably set it off anyway. The wire is connected to one electronic that all the other laptops in the aisle are connected too.