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A Dutch storeowner is sick of shoplifting, so he decides to make a huge celebration of the 10,000th shoplifter, including even a parade!
4 May 2006
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Granny Gets Four-Year-Old To Shoplift Sky's Sara Merchant reports on how store detectives in Pennsylvania got something of a surprise when they spotted a four-year-old shoplifting - egged on by her grandmother.
12 Oct 2007
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Santa doesn't like naughty boys. If you're planning in doing some Xmas shoplifting he will grab you and kick you in the face.
20 Dec 2007
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3 Generations accused of shoplifting
6 Jun 2008
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A PSA concerning shoplifting and peer pressure
16 Sep 2008
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Woman arrested for having child help in shoplifting.
6 Jun 2008
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This is a prank I played on my old coworkers who are security guards. They thought they were watching a shoplifter, but I made the whole cart of merchandise disappear.
29 Sep 2008
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12-25-2008 A DOG SHOPLIFTER LEAVES FOOD STORE EMPLOYEES SCRATCHING THEIR HEADS AFTER INNCIDENT.
1 Jan 2009
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AN OLD COLLECTION OF SHOPLIFTERS CAUGHT IN THE 90'S FEATURING 2 SONGS FROM THE 'SDM' ALBUM 'ELECTROLIZED' WHICH IS NOW AVAILABLE FROM ITUNES, AMAZON.COM, EMUSIC, LALA, RHAPSODY, ETC...
7 Oct 2009
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2C:20-11 b.Shoplifting. Shoplifting shall consist of any d, any merchandise displayed, held, stored or offered for sone or more of the following acts:
 (1) For any person purposely to take possession of, carry away, transfer or cause to be carried away or transferreale by any store or other retail mercantile establishment with the intention of depriving the merchant of the possession, use or benefit of such merchandise or converting the same to the use of such person without paying to the merchant the full retail value thereof.
 
(2) For any person purposely to conceal upon his person or otherwise any merchandise offered for sale by any store or other retail mercantile establishment with the intention of depriving the merchant of the processes, use or benefit of such merchandise or converting the same to the use of such person without paying to the merchant the value thereof.
 
(3) For any person purposely to alter, transfer or remove any label, price tag or marking indicia of value or any other markings which aid in determining value affixed to any merchandise displayed, held, stored or offered for sale by any store or other retail mercantile establishment and to attempt to purchase such merchandise personally or in consort with another at less than the full retail value with the intention of depriving the merchant of all or some part of the value thereof.

 (4) For any person purposely to transfer any merchandise displayed, held, stored or offered for sale by any store or other retail merchandise establishment from the container in or on which the same shall be displayed to any other container with intent to deprive the merchant of all or some part of the retail value thereof.
 
(5 )For any person purposely to under-ring with the intention of depriving the merchant of the full retail value thereof.
 
(6 )For any person purposely to remove a shopping cart from the premises of a store or other retail mercantile establishment without the consent of the merchant given at the time of such removal with the intention of permanently depriving the merchant of the possession, use or benefit of such cart.
 
c.Gradation. Shoplifting constitutes a crime of the second degree under subsection b. of this section if the full retail value of the merchandise is $75,000 or more, or the offense is committed in furtherance of or in conjunction with an organized retail theft enterprise and the full retail value of the merchandise is $1,000 or more. 
 
(2) Shoplifting constitutes a crime of the third degree under subsection b. of this section if the full retail value of the merchandise exceeds $500 but is less than $75,000, or the offense is committed in furtherance of or in conjunction with an organized retail theft enterprise and the full retail value of the merchandise is less than $1,000.

 (3) Shoplifting constitutes a crime of the fourth degree under subsection b. of this section if the full retail value of the merchandise is at least $200 but does not exceed $500.

 (4) Shoplifting is a disorderly persons offense under subsection b. of this section if the full retail value of the merchandise is less than $200.
 
The value of the merchandise involved in a violation of this section may be aggregated in determining the grade of the offense where the acts or conduct constituting a violation were committed pursuant to one scheme or course of conduct, whether from the same person or several persons, or were committed in furtherance of or in conjunction with an organized retail theft enterprise.

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28 Aug 2009
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Policeman Jerry runs into a shoplifter and gives him a health lesson.
5 Jun 2010
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CCTV footage of Winona Ryder caught on camera shoplifting. Probably the most famous shoplifter on the planet.
13 Sep 2010
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Shoplifter :)
25 Sep 2010
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Transcript by Newsy BY CHANCE SEALES You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy Some people like butter – others, jelly. But two Oklahoma ladies like boots in their rolls. It’s hard to believe – and even grosser to imagine. KFOR has the juicy details. REPORTER: “Police say it was at this TJ Maxx that loss prevention officers found the duo stuffing items under their belly fat and breasts.” POLICE OFFICER: “One of the individual had three boots concealed underneath her breast and bra.” Believe it. The women lifted $2600 worth of merchandise in all. But anchors on HLN and WJBK can’t get over the big-ticket item – boots. HLN MEADE: “Four pairs of boots! Boots. Three pairs of jeans, wallet and gloves.” MEADE: “Well my goodness! Either those are small boots—wow! Okay, I can’t see any of this, but the jeans you can fold, the wallet is tiny. Boots (whispered)…” WJBK FEMALE ANCHOR: “I find that hard to believe. I mean, you’ve got to be packing some pounds. I mean, four pairs of boots?!” MALE ANCHOR: “But see, you can pat down at the airport, but not in the store.” The footwear didn’t escape others’ attention. Writers at The Huffington Post and Racked ask if the strategy is worth its weight in boots. THE HUFFINGTON POST: “…[W]hat we want to know is were they ankle boots? Or over-the-knee?” RACKED: “[I]t got us thinking… we might be able to get away with a Repetto ballet flat—or something along those lines—probably not a full-blown boot, though, and definitely not, say, an Ugg boot.” Good point. Finally, a WTXF reporter suggests the perfect item to shoplift with their sizable sticky fingers. “The world’s biggest pants unveiled see the XXXXXXXXXL underwear.” “Women wearing those, boy, they could do some big time shoplifting. They could probably shoplift a car off Kerbeck Cadillac’s shop.” One bright point: prison jump suits are free. The two now face felony shoplifting charges. (pause) We’re still thinking about those boots… (SOC) Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy
3 Dec 2010
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14 Jan 2011
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