Where does it all go?

When a shoplifter comes into your store trying to steal your products, there has to be an end game. If you know what they are doing with the stolen items, you have a better chance of finding solutions to prevent retail theft from occurring.

 Some of the items go toward personal usage. They can be consumable items like food or makeup. Most of the time, people who steal consumables are taking the merchandise out of need. Anti theft devices may not always work on these items so, sometimes, it is better to use good old-fashioned customer service. 

The shoplifters who steal clothing will react to the use of an anti theft device. While clothing and shoes can be for personal use, they are often motivated by want instead of by need.

 There are some who try to sell stolen merchandise for profit. They can sell in a variety of ways. Some set up shop on a street corner or a booth at a flea market. Others will sell on the internet. Depending on how much of their income relies on selling stolen merchandise, more detailed system should be used in conjunction with trained anti shoplifting personnel to make detainments.

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Posted July 6th, 2012 by Staff Writer and filed in prevent theft

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