j0hn_d0e

j0hn_d0e wrote

You definitely could getaway using different methods. The first method is to get a black shopping bag that isn't tagged and put the items you want in it. Try stuff on and act like a real customer and then walk out when the cashiers are busy. Be cautious of people standing near the exit because they might be managers or LP. The second method is swapping your old shoes for new ones and putting them in a box on the bottom of the shelf. Try to do this in a blindspot and immediately leave. Try not to go over your state's felony limit because ORC groups regularly hit these stores and SA will call the cops if you're obvious.

https://turnto10.com/news/local/warwick-police-searching-for-dsw-theft-suspects

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j0hn_d0e wrote

It depends on the methods that you use. If your concealing in a blindspot, you can go back soon (less than a month or 2). If you're walking out with bags filled up or exploiting the self-checkout, wait at least 2 - 3 months. If you start to recognize employees you might want to add more stores into your rotation.

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j0hn_d0e wrote

I recently went to a Halloween store that is in a former department store that closed months ago. The bathroom was full of mold, spider webs, dust, and dead cockroaches. If they don't care about keeping the place clean, they probably won't care if you lift.

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j0hn_d0e wrote

I've gotten them from @uto z0ne. Just find a store that has little to no cameras and get whatever you want.

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Reply to by !deleted17392

j0hn_d0e wrote

I've noticed that places like R0ss & Tj M@xx have signs that say "cameras in use" or "shoplifters will be prosecuted" in aisles that are blind spots.

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