Thanksreddit

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Thanksreddit wrote

Consider yourself lucky, I have to travel to a different state two hours away to find a blind spot. Even my grocery stores are blanketed with cameras. I just play the odds, they can't possibly watch a hundred cameras at once

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Walking in with a book bag is a sure fire way to get caught. I watched every shoplifting YouTube video and everyone caught at target had on a bookbag. If you must, walk-in with a concealed drawstring, fill it and leave immediately

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Thanksreddit wrote

I stop and wait for someone to say something. Most times they don't and I just shrug and keep walking. If they do say something I go along with what they say, if they walk towards me, I'd drop the good and run.

Reply to comment by /u/Stealformyson in Blind spots? by /u/thiangirl7521

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Thanksreddit wrote

The cameras in the aisles with monitors aren't live cameras, they record to an SD card. Not all dome cameras are monitored at all times. Staying out of high theft areas while concealing is your best bet at stores withiyt blind spots

Reply to comment by /u/RobbinHood92 in Walmart Returns? by /u/CeeCee18

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My Walmart calls someone from electronic to check all returns but they check for cords. You might get away with it but some guy just got busted for stripping pcs and returning them. News story said it near 100k in loss. Golden rule: don't get greedy