timthetinman

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timthetinman wrote

My best method for this was to buy a shitty broken one from eBay or craigslist, then go to a camera fair and switch it with a good one from a desk/display. Worked three times now, at these fairs no one questions you picking up cameras and inspecting them, so when they glance over and you've walked off but a camera is still there, no worries.

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timthetinman wrote

You know it! It was raining in my city today, so went into a few shops to get things I needed. Went into JD Sports, lifted 4 sets of chunky laces (needed to replace mine and wanted some variety), 5 protein bars that I like, a decent baseball cap, and two sports bottles. Then in WH Smith I managed to lift headphones and iPhone cables!

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timthetinman wrote

UK lifter here. I always found shops like B&M, Sainsburys, Tesco, Poundland, B&Q, Homebase and some pet stores were really easy to lift from if you were after smaller things (no bigger than a hand size) which I could carry around pretending to look for something else, then easily slip it into a coat pocket. Once walked out of a Homebase with 4 superbright LED torches, a remote control switch kit, a decent knife and my favourite lift, a cactus in a pot. My method has always been to look busy or absent minded, wander around as if comparing prices and then after carrying a couple of things around, taking one back to the original spot in case someone clocked me carrying something.