JesusNachosForever

JesusNachosForever wrote

Sort of.

Means they couldn't stop you for whatever reason, whether they missed a step, or discovered after the fact.

Then each time you get away, they tally up the losses. Once you hit your state's felony limit they will try way harder to catch you, including calling the cops when they first see you enter.

Never assume getting out is the same as getting away Scott-free.

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JesusNachosForever wrote

Yes.

Here's how to tell if there will be more LP : Is the location typically busy at that time, probably.

Also, keep in mind, LP staff seem to work the first hour the store is open, TYPICALLY. That's when reports from the previous day are run, and I remember being told by more than LP in my history "Shoplifters/unemployables don't wake up early"

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JesusNachosForever wrote

There are various tags used for LP.

You may have encountered one of the smaller THIS ITEM INTENDED FOR SALE BY (STORE NAME) Usually with a number or website to report. Those are typically to discourage mom and pop stores from buying them and making ORC easier to trace.

If its a blank square with raised lines and a metallic edge, THAT'S the one that's gonna set off alarms.

Only worry about the thicker metal backed sticker, the other sticker is just proof it was theirs. And if you're getting busted, that point is moot.

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JesusNachosForever wrote

Blurays, PS4 & Xbox games/accessories, portable hard drives, thumb drives/sd cards, and babies.

All can be unloaded in no time at local game/movie stores, and cheap drives and sd cards fly off craigslist/ebay/etc.

I look for a size v cost analysis, keeping in mind ease of resale. I didn't want anything at my place for more than a few hours.

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JesusNachosForever wrote

Look, clothes that look like a costume will draw attention. If you can do business clothes without standing out, I'd encourage you to do so. When I was active, that was my go-to. A 30ish aged white guy in a shirt and tie isn't as attention grabbing as a 20 year old with a backpack. Looking like you have money and intend to spend is a plus.

But when it comes down to it, some LP are experts, and no clothes are going to save you from looking like a shady fuck.

Good luck.

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JesusNachosForever wrote

Sure that might work ONCE. Then they'll find the spiderwrap, find the footage of you dumping it sometime in the last 30 days and review footage and capture your image and possibly license plate. Then they start case building. Since you used a tool you'll be a higher priority. Hell, maybe they'll send it off to their lab and pull prints.

It's more risk than I'd ever accept. Being able to return to the same location is a definite benefit.

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JesusNachosForever wrote

You can't outrun the telephone my friend. Fences and hard paths with a ps4? It's not impossible, but I would be my freedom on 200$ boost.

Grab 6 new Xbox games, open em up, maybe a smudge on the edge of the disc and trade the disc to to gamestahp. There's your ps4. With a receipt and warranty.

Unless you're Norman Reedus from Death Standing. Have at it then.

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JesusNachosForever wrote

Mall guards... These are security without access to each store's cameras and really only activated by a store employee making a call.

The tricky part about malls is distance to an exit after a boost and the large expanse of parking lot before being off property, both only minor issues with some basic precautions.

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JesusNachosForever wrote

Apple accessories, small high capacity hard disks and SD cards, and Craigslist.

If you have a magnet tool, recent Xbox/ps4 releases acn be turned over for cash at gaemstore. Though you'll have to visit multiple stores if you have multiples of the same game.

If it's life or death, remote atms in wealthy neighborhoods might provide up to 500 at a time. With increased risk obviously. Many Successful folk get up early, like 5am, which may facilitate easier escape

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