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when I go to the big supermarket to buy stuff for my company (the bill will be 100-150 eur) I always have a shopping list with me. But to strike the things I have in my cart through I need a pen. So I always take a pen from the shop and use it throughout shopping. When paying I go about my business while holding the list and the pen in my hand, openly visible to everyone. I have stolen many pens that way.
>>592729952 wear a baggy shirt, if you layer a sweater on it's just extra insurance. Buy something while you're in there. In liquor stores the stakes are raised and if you walk in and out w/o a purchace it raises so many red flags. pick the cheap liquor with the flattest bottle. as you walk in locate the people working in the store and make sure that they won't see you take the merch. act friendly and confident. when you walk up to the item you want to take it's best to act as quick as possible. just pick it up and slide it into the waistband of your underwear with your baggy shirt covering up the bottle and not pressing agains your body as to hide the evidence of any merch hiding on your persons. multiple grabs are almost impossible in one run and at the same store so dont even try.
If you are unfamiliar with car hopping it is the process of going from car to car in a car lot or neighborhood(s) typically in the middle of the night, preying on people who've left their doors unlocked. Laptops, phones, tablets, and sometimes cash is commonly rewarded.
>>592731227 Yeah the point of shoplifting is to not have to pay. Your idea of red flags is very true which is what led me to post in request of advice. I think going in expecting it to be a snatch and grab while attempting to hide it is your best bet.
If you aren't familiar with a snatch and grab, its the idea of snatching an item and quickly leaving / running away, usually a short distance to a vehicle out of sight of cameras / the store. Not only are clerks reluctant to chase far, more often than not they wont chase at all. They will also not call the cops until you have placed the item on your person or have left with the item or you are a known suspect so you have a lot of time to flee the scene before the call cops if you play it right. Snatch and grab is my typical method for getting beer from grocery stores.
>>592731768 >>592731539 as I said in >>592732036 I steal beer from grocery stores. Its an uncommonly thefted item from an uncommonly thefted establishment. I walk out with as much as 2 cases in my own hands and 2 more in a friends. We supplied a lot of people with drinks that night.
Anyone here into heisting? Ive never sat and wrote down a plan for a crime but I'd like some ideas from fellow criminals. What variables should one consider that one might not think of initially?
>>592731915 towards the final leg of my lifts they fixed the blind spot in the beer cooler w/o my knowing (because I got arrogant and cocky) then started calling "redline" over the grocery's intercom system every time I would exit the beer cave. I noticed the call after a few of my trips into the store and the very last time I went in they called redline as soon as I entered the store. I acted normal and did my business but was followed around after I exited the beer cave empty handed (i acted like a shopper and browsed the aisles like a shopper to make sure). Once I left I walked around the back of the store to get my bike instead of going straight towards the bike rack. I then saw two shop employees and a security gaurd looking around. I made eye contact with one of the employees and we both just knew what had happened.
>>592732887 Either continue until you get enough cash / other goods to sell and buy a laptop, or until you find one. Stealing one is out of the question unless you want to go to an extreme that would entail much more effort than reward especially for what youre using it for.
>>592732956 Is redline the typical word for a suspected/shoplift in progress or is that just specific to your store?
hopefully we can keep this thread bumped and get some more people in here
I work warehouse for Best Buy. I'm not interested in stealing anything expensive and counted like tablets or phones, but how would one go about stealing a video game or a good pair of headphones? I'm more or less aware of the camera's blindspots but not really as I've never been in the camera room.
>>592733247 As far as I know 'redline' is just exclusive to the store I went to "Valumart". I know 'IC-3' means more cashiers are needed up front at the Walgreens stores. I always thought it was the walgreens equivalent of 'redline'
are there any store clerks willing to shed light on their store jargon?
>>592733975 There are text files online for this but I will give you my personal experience.
Wear full black. As cliche as this sounds, it makes a huge difference outside at night. Obviously do not do this during the day. Do not break-in to cars unless you know what you are doing and you can SEE something of high reward inside. Basically, go to a decent neighborhood or unmonitored collection of cars and go door-to-door pulling on the handle. If it opens, hop in, shut the door, turn on a dim flashlight, and check the glovebox, the back seat, the passenger seat, and the console. This should not take more than 30 seconds a vehicle. Keep in mind if you are caught by the owner of the vehicle he will be very, very angry.
>>592734085 >any store clerks willing to shed light on their store jargon would be much appreciated
>>592734159 dont get caught / dont get caught using it. Why take the security tags off inside the store if they wont set off the alarms?
>>592733910 Shit gets lost in warehouses all the time. As long as your name isnt tied to a specific number of x product then you should be fine with just hiding it so long as you do this without being in sight of camera. I wouldnt get caught on camera having it at all unless you can say you were fulfilling your responsibilities with the item as you walk out of the camera zone.
>>592736283 I'm able to finance my purchases, why not make them? It's almost as though I'm part of a functioning society.. Nevermind, you probably won't understand. How are you niggers even reading this thread anyways?
>>592735375 sears is going to shit so i take no offense in that
>>592735373 couple things to start off all spider wraps, ink tags etc. They can all be taken off without a key or a magnet. Most spider wraps take a minute or two to work off the box but its possible. Just make sure theres no associate dicking around nearby.
Also LP is always plain clothes. depending on the store there may be more than one but where i work there is only one. They usually only work Saturday nights, sundays, and every other weekday night. And yes, all those cameras you see are real. There are a shitton of cameras in the store. and they do capture everything.
however LP is more concerned with watching the employees rather than the customers. I've only seen one customer ever get stopped and the LP that did it doesnt even work there anymore. other than that they'll mostly leave you alone.
Most of the time when they walk around in the store they'll be on their phone talking quietly and just looking at merch. But its highly likely they won't stop you if you walk out with something. They normally dont do anything.
LPs at sears are referred to as M99 over the intercome. They will never be called by their name and all employees on the floor are told to always ignore the LP when he is on the floor. So if you see a customer that fits these prerequisites its likely thats the LP of the store.
Cages in electronics are rarely kept locked. Also backroom pickups almost always have a TV sitting in the stock bins for a customer that is waiting to pick it up. All a person has to do would be wear a hood, walk fast, make sure no one is in the back hallway and walk through a door grab the tv, and carry it out the back doors. simple as that. theres a lot of merch in the back room thats 40 feet from the back customer entrance which is usually the MPU or merchandise pick up center. thats where you go to pick up appliances etc. During most weekdays that hallway is almost always empty.
Anyone have close call stories? I'm a dumb fucking motherfucker for this but >get really drunk in the morning >walk up to a pharmacy >store is busy this day >idgaf >start taking cough medicine out of boxes so i can keep the high going >hear a 'NO NO NO' and out of the corner of my eye I get grabbed by a pharmicist who saw me stealing >he says, 'call the cops.' >instant nope the fuck out of there >wrestle the skinny nerdy looking bloke out of my grasp >run out of the store >never go back
till this day i fucking ask myself why the fuck I wanted to robotrip again because that shit if for highschool kids and poorfags.
>>592730649 Used to work at Circuit City, back before it went to hell, saw a lap top go right out the fire emergency exit door one time.
Break down in security protocol with a new hire allowed the customer to get his hands on it before he bought it, they had a strict policy to not allow customers to hold products that cost over 300 dollars.
I work LP at Lowes, and the security in high end retail is a lot more extensive than imaginable. The system we use in our store is able to alert us when a high end item is moved (like large kitchen appliances) and we have the ability to have the camera follow that item. We had a string of thefts of large items that people would just load up and go out the door with. When things go missing, we review the tapes and see who it was, we then add them to the facial recognition and it alerts us when they come in the store again. The camera follows them around automatically and we're able to apprehend them if they are back to steal.
>>592736606 Ask for the game as if you were going to purchase it and then it is in your hands. If you are referring to individualized anti-theft cases, there are several tools in this thread that might suit you.
Walmart is highly secured until the LP team leaves at like 12 or 1 am, after which there is usually 1 manager who fucking hates his job. I wouldnt recommend stealing unless youre snatch and grab prepared while the LP team is there. Usually they dont have enough time to respond until youre long gone if you do it right.
>>592737041 much appreciated for the info, any more you might have would be appreciated as well. Im compiling a paste bin and some links for a crime and anarchy general ill post a few times a week around here.
>>592736601 probably with a better education than you plus having more balls and the audacity for taking things that should be ours to have in the first place. keep paying for basic human needs, it shows that you're so refined and sophisticated.
>>592737059 i was at a store with my friend, shall remain nameless
>walkin around the store in the electronics section >see a few things i want, micro SD card, HDMI cable, etc.. >also hear how my friend wanted a otterbox for his gayphone5 >in about 10 minutes i had everything, the case, a 32gb microSD card, and a HDMI -> mini / micro HDMI >walk up to the front like its NBD >hear someone say "need backup at the front" >get scared shitless >buy a drink and nope the fuck outta there >get so fucking nervous as i go for the door, hoping no alarms go off, hoping no one grabs me >get out of the door >sweetbabyjesus.jpg >sigh of relief.
ive stolen probably over $500 worth of goods in total, and everytime no matter if it was gum (when i was younger) or that $150+ for all 3 items, i still get nervous as shit everytime i walk out of the door.
First thing when you go into any store is you automatically should be able to "feel" or at least see where the cameras are (use your peripherals). Then you find an aisle that doesn't have a camera or if a camera is at a different angle, if they're inside of a big black half dome then you have to get close to one and just look into it, normally, not acting suspicious and smile or make a funny face. Then when you know which angle that one is facing the rest should be the same most likely if they're all pointing directly down an aisle or so. Honestly, most shop lifters get caught, so I'm not going to wish you good luck but yeah, that's the only advice I can give lol.
McDonald's shift manager here. We're on the beach inside a huge tourist city during the summer, so we constantly need access to cash for change. We don't have a time delay safe, simple code entry open to the entire fucking thing. I'm waiting for the day we get robbed.
>>592737602 I worked at Lowes for roughly a year, was in the Commercial Sales Dept. actually came across counter fit Ben Franklin's because Lowes corporate policy is/was to use a counter pen on ALL Bennies.
>>592737602 This is almost too hard to believe but LP is a huge deal as the willingness for a normal to person to steal is through the roof these days.
>>592737936 the door is nothing. LP are even limited to how much the can touch you. They can grab you by the arm but they cant tackle you or really force you anywhere. Employees/managers cant touch you at all. Even if you are caught you have a huge opportunity to run so long as you didnt put something in your pants and continue to walk around for 20 minutes.
Alright. Best technique here. So, whenever you want to steal stuff from a shop, always bring a backpack. What you do is you put your backpack in the trolley with the zipper undone, whenever you find something you want to steal; put it in the trolley (NOT THE BAG)
Now, when you have all the stuff you want to steal, look for an isle without any cameras (the isles without cameras are usually where larger stuff is stored, like 2L softdrinks etc.) and slip everything into your bag. believe me, ive gotten away with probably $400 worth of small things like chewing gum, chocolate, small drinks and deoderants.
hire somone on parole or know that theyve been arrested before. get their fingerprints somehow. lay them onto the safe. act shock when they take them away. blow the money on drugs, whores, and drugs for your whores.
>>592739327 Honestly I wouldn't give a fuck if somebody robbed us. Our franchise is shitty and it's not my money. Not going to be a McHero for $9/hr. Not in any way way suggesting you rob us or that I'd have any part in criminal activity. Just in case FBI
I think I stole some chocolate when I was 13. It was exciting a couple of times then I realised I didn't want to be one of life's freeloaders. Things like that become a habit in everything you do in life, and guarantees your life will always be shit.
>>592737620 ill add some more. I have quite a bit that i learned
there are several camera blindspots in all stores though. of course the obvious: bathrooms, fitting rooms, etc, but LP closely watches these cameras. What they don't watch however is the offices. As in the offices where HR used to reside, as well as the manager offices and the employee breakroom. usually its located in the back half of the store next to one of the clearance sections. all you would have to do is take a high price item in a cart with other things, browse through the clearance section, hide it on your person and walk back. If anyone questions you tell them you were simply looking for a bathroom. Although you most likely wont be questioned.
there are no sensors anywheres on the entrances that pick up stolen merch. at least not in the stores ive been to. so walking out with something large or in your pocket wont set off any alarms.
another thing many people may be interested in is the electronics game cage. the locks are extremely shitty. theyre loose, they can easily be forced, and you can jiggle them off with the right technique. the only problem is that most game cases have a camera pointed at them and people tend to be in the immediate vicinity. use at your own risk honestly.
other blindspots are usually random. aisle in hardware, close to any computer kiosk on the sales floor, behind clothes racks is a big one too. there are absolutely no cameras outside, and none can see out the doors except for a few feet. so if you like to run in and out and try not to get caught you can make an easy get away.
also watch for magnet keys. they unlock spider wraps, and a variety of other things, but if you were into making quick cash watch specifically for the hardware keys. any store that has tractors outside? propane tanks outside? tools locked up? pneumatic tools? all keys are on one lanyard. associates are usually dipshits and like to leave them lying around.
>>592739278 I'm sorry. I don't want to work just to pay for basic human rights like you just said I should. I respect your opinion, but think you're a total loser for thinking that you can get your way in life by following the rules. keep it up, lower class life just sounds better and better doesnt it? I sooOOooOOoOoo wish that I respected the law enough to pay for fucking TP and Iced Tea
>>592739510 Depends, for pizza you can both make maybe 100-200 dollars on a really busy night and the manager gets in trouble for not making you do your cash drops
Stores are trickier, works better if there's only a few employees and customers otherwise you get 50 niggers in the back screaming HE WAS A WHITE MAN AN HE HAD DIS HAIR AND HE WAS BOUT DIS TALL while your trying to tell them it was a Puerto Rican guy
The first suspect is always the victim too, some poor guy I knew, danny, got his car stolen and they tried to claim he stole his own car for insurance money, except he didn't have insurance and was in the middle of delivering a pizza, police are scum and do anything for that conviction rate
>>592737826 Also, no one ever addresses this, but for the love of keeping your asshole from becoming the prison cumdump, don't go out stealing if you can't run at least a mile. Like, really, it only takes two months or less to go from Chair Force to mile run if you're not a fat fuck.
>>592739317 the best advice I can give is to be quick and to act as if everyone in that store was of absoloutely no authority what so ever. Because, they are, really, of no authority. Anyways, time is everything.
>>592740058 Used to work at a chain pizza place. On -really- busy nights during a tourist summer, you have no time. We would have 4-5 thousand in one till, no shit. And even then the safe was accessible.
The fucked up part is, if we get robbed, the store holds us liable for any of our losses. For example, if you steal $25 in cash from me and a $20 pizza, at the end of the day, the store will make me give them $45 no matter what. If I don't have it on me, they'll take it out of my paycheck.
>>592740220 You are seriously an asshole if you expect people to not steal shit. Worked retail as well and fucking noone cares. It's also just the best to have the right attitude to be able to steal shit which is all it's really about. so much shit in life you can get away with if you have the right fuck you dont bug me attitude.
>>592734085 Cashier at Wally World here. Redline in our store is just to try and bring customers into the line. Honestly, to steal from wal-mart. Pay attention to who they have on the door for a week or so. You will notice some don't give a fuck when the alarm goes off. When you have gotten that down, buy a cartload of groceries. Stash whatever you have inside bags. We act like we check, but 90% of the time its just so we look good on camera.
Alternatively, if you just want a twelve pack of beer, go through an empty register at one end, and walk to the other. It looks like you checked out and you can usually get away with it
>>592740710 I really cant stress enough how simple you could make it on yourself by avoiding trying to fool LP. Walking in and out of a store before anyone even knew you were in there works way, way more than trying to fool managers and LPs.
>>592740813 Does it matter? Learn2running anyway. I've watched people try to steal from a few stores around my shitty city, not one of them could even jog more than two hundred feet before they had to stop. None were even lardtubs.
>>592741147 I've got a few somewhat related, but this is the only police one I have anymore.
>be 20 >go to walmart and find paintball gun, kicker 6x9s, anything smaller than the 6x9s box. >go to garden center and put it between canvas and bar fence. >walk out door and get in car(what are they gonna do? I haven't left with anything?) >drive around to garden center fence >pull e-brake, jump out of car and grab everything as quickly and quietly >drive off
>>592732036 >>592732437 >>592735531 I can only hope you guys don't take from cars which look like they are owned by hard working people. If they're cadilacs and Lincolns and shit like that then go for it, but don't steal from honest working people. That just makes you the scum of the earth.
Even hobos and bums have some modicum of self respect. You sound like an entitled twat sitting at mommy's computer, bragging about how you steal vitamins because you don't think you should have to work.
You should try out for the Olympics with the mental gymnastics you're doing.
>>592741575 well my question is what kind of asshole runs down shoplifters? Yeah I'm not ever running from a shoplifting incident. Especially if there is some fucking faggot with the job of loss prevention. Those people are the biggest assholes and diserved to be treated like it. what are they going to do assault you? again attitude even if some faggot does stop you just be like "can I help you" "it's taken care of" "talk to (insert random name)" walk out.
>>592737059 >go to toy store with friends a while back >one friend likes yu-gi-oh >he also regularly steals cards >motherfucker decides to be yu-gi-oh master theif and steals four of those giant ass card tins >gets greedy and goes for another >store clerk sees him stuffing cards in his hoodie >he fucking waves at her >grabs me and other friend says "we have to go, now" >ohshit.jpg >walk out of store and get half way through the parking lot >i turn around to see and employee standing at the door glaring us down >got away >never go back to toy store
>>592742065 wear a sweatshirt put a bunch of shirts on under it. baggier the better. Or just put em on leave the old raggity ass clothes and walk out. Fuck em! seriously if there is any advice in shoplifting it is that "fuck em" dont act like a pussy "fuck em" dont let them sit there and judge you while you wait for the fucking police to show up what are you an ass hole fuck em they cant fucking detain you.
>>592743130 In my opinion no. You enclose yourself. Homie just grab it and get the fuck out. The more time you spend contemplating, the more footage of you exists. Workout. Jog. Grab what you want, take it.
Fucking losers. You put more effort in to being a fucking stinky worthless entitled to everything nigger, than you do to just live and be happy. Here's an idea, get a fucking job. It may be shut but that makes the reward of being promoted or whatever the fuck getting a better job because of your experience worth it. Your lives will always be shit because of you, not the government, not your parents, or whatever other excuses you may have. You are a loser. True story and I don't give four fucks if you believe it, I dtarted 7 years ago at my company at 9.60 an hour, my w2 that I just got is for 124,511.87 this year. 6 promotions later... Why, because I'm not entitled and I don't think the world is fucking my nigger ass everyday and I don't look for the easy way out. So, my 22,000 in taxes this year will I'm sure pay for your fucking welfare, and your meals in jail. Nigger faggots
>stealing dvd from walmart >undercover security guard spots me >go into bathroom >ditch everything in the trashcan under the bag >walk out >as soon as I walk out of the bathroom security goes in >get the fuck out of there
that was the last time, but before that I stole loads of shit. Hell, I've walked out of grocery stores with an entire cart full of groceries.
>>592743130 what fucking cameras? fuck cameras do you actually think they are watching those things. noone actually goes back and looks at them. like you are fine. you need to get it through your head you start getting paranoid your gonna look like a theif and theyll treat you like one and if you do get accosted theyll bitch you up because youre all scared and youll do dumb things like "come with them" meanwhile cops are on their way to arrest your ass and give you a dumbass misdemeanor. personally though I just put the shit on and put the sweatshirt back on.
>>592741651 ofcourse, they are citizens and not officers of the law. They have less rights than a security guard. You should always try to wrestle your way away from them, but I would try to avoid harming them as even a scratch will turn it into an assault / robbery charge if youre caught.
>>592741751 heres the image I was talking about running from the cops earlier. Thanks to the anon who posted it.
>>592741888 this is very smart besides the fact you still stole the item and that your tags are now recorded, but if you did this and walked off to somewhere with a car waiting for you itd be flawless.
>>592741983 relative to the security of most grocers, they are highly secured. They have LP and their entire store is covered in cameras in most areas where theft is high or in large towns.
>>592742068 I dont car hop I just know alot about it but all of those posts you quoted were mine.
>>592742380 literally the worst that will happen if you arent an idiot is this post right here. Your friend is pretty smart relative to most street criminals.
>>592742754 When I was in 7th grade I was big into graffiti and I would 'rack' (steal, in graffiti lingo) all of my paint from a hardware store on the walk home from school. I could fill my bag with paint.
In grade 8 is when I really learned how to shoplift. I was fairly established in graffiti at this point and I could walk out of a hardware store with an entire shopping cart filled with neatly places cans of expensive spray paint and art supplies.
>>592742804 yeah never ask for a bag / take a bag. Instantly a suspect. Impressive lifts though. Big store or what was the situation?
>>592743130 >>592743295 hes right, just get out. As Ive said this entire thread, time is everything and walking out is your best bet.
>>592743819 pretty sure at places such as walmart with 'no merchandise beyond this sign' posted on bathroom entrances it is considered shoplifting to take it in there.
This fucking thread is making me want to steal from a store that has electronics, some of the walmarts i go to have not enough security, and dammit! video games and console articles are expensive as hell, now I wouldn't mind stealing, even though I regret it spiritually
>>592744194 >pretty sure at places such as walmart with 'no merchandise beyond this sign' posted on bathroom entrances it is considered shoplifting to take it in there.
I believe it does, oh well. It was in some shithole town that I was passing through. I just wanted to test it out, and see if I could steal something with a security tag on it. I'd never done that before.
Since I was 12 I've always wanted to pull off a good bank heist. You know, just walk in the front and shoot out the guards brains. Come up to the window and beat the shit out of the teller. Get the money and grab a hostage. Go up to a car and shoot the driver in the face and then run a kid over. Then take a plane to France. Oh yeah and rape the shit out of the hostage.
If you're looking to take clothing, always pick it up and "frisk" it to make sure there isn't any extra tags. If its the classic one to two tag connected with plastic, then just remove the tags and walk out with it.
>>592743970 only if you know the process / code to activate them on a cash register yourself. Self checkout cash registers often go unmanned and if you feel like you could load up a gift card quickly then you should go for it. But keep in mind that if someone saw you do this, they could probably get some sort of code from the giftcard and either reverse the charge / get surveillance of you once you use it. This is ofcourse if it doesnt require some amount of money to be accepted to load money onto the card, but you could probably just choose a cash option and shut the drawer when it opens to resemble money being accepted.
High risk high reward I guess. You could do some damage with a 500$ gift card.
>>592744210 you oh so wrong. search loss prevention compilation on youtube.
>>592744478 only if you can get your hands on them at a tech store before you pay someone, no. Ill also mention that it would almost definitely have to be an employee error for that to happen.
>>592744798 I help them out a lot. I know my job is annoying to them a lot of the time because they would rather sit on their ass and leave the watch counter unlocked and 12,000 dollar rings sitting there for the taking, but I thank them for doing what they should have been doing anyways.
Here's the fucked up part. Do all of you niggers realize you are literally the cancer of the earth? If everyone paid fairly for everything. If there wasn't any theft or "shrinkage" to price in, and if there was no welfare, and if there was less inmates... I can keep going. Point is, you can't afford this shit because of you and people like you. Frankly I'm tired of paying for reject fucking results from whores speeding their legs and niggers dumping their poison cum in between them that your posts quite literally fucking disgust me. I'm trying to build an expensive computer any thoughts on stealing the expensive parts, fuck off man. Do you even know how worthless you fucking sound
>work for Sears >assistant to the LP guy >help him bust niggers all day >once time got this guy sent to jail for 3 years for trying to steal a bunch of games >know exactly where the cameras are >steal shit myself almost every day >haven't payed for Deo/shampoo/snacks/small electronics for almost 6 years.
>>592744353 No, I was over generalizing. But you know what I mean. Those cars that people buy the new model of every year and park them in there McMansion communities where everyone has the same yippy dogs. If you wanna know a funny story about that kinda place I'll describe it.
>>592729952 Find a store that isn't small my favorite is smiths. Wear a jacket in winter with pockets on the inside of the coat make sure it's bulky. they put stickers on the bottles just peel em off and either go to the self checkout and buy something small or just walk out. I do this all the damn time with energy drinks and other small shit I don't want to pay for.
>>592737041 When I worked at Sears the LP office/cell was just outside of MPU. They would use the freight elevators to sneak up on people they thought were stealing and their location put them in a prime spot to pick off anyone who ran out the doors directly to the outside. They all had radios and we got a few guys who ran out to the mall because they'd just radio ahead to mall security.
Mall security is a total joke, they're all 300+lbs, BUT, they have these three wheeled Segwey looking things that hit 40 mph and there's 200 yards of mall owned property that wraps all the way around the whole thing. No one was ever fast enough to get outside and off the property before they got flattened by a fat guy taking a swan dive off a trike...
Some of the funniest shit I have ever seen.
Quit working in MPU because I'm way too good looking for that bullshit, didn't go back for years. Walked in one day to pick something up that I ordered online and the exact same crew works there that always has. Yikes.
I have been shop lifting since I was in 6th grade because my family was pretty poor and I wanted free shit. Eventually I became really good at finding all the cameras around a aisle that I wanted to steal something from. I came up with a trick that I used a lot for smaller goods that were on a shelf. I would pretend to be browsing the shelf then discreetly slip the item into my hoodie. (I wore a hoodie every single day in 6th grade and 8th grade, but I wore one almost everyday.) I can't tell you how many candy bars, toys and other shit I got from that method back in the good old days
I've always had the idea of putting something in the pocket of something heavier like a winter coat and then buying the coat and returning it later. Has anyone ever done this or have any opinion on whether that would work or not?
>>592743651 you can't steal rent so i do have a job. and thanks to assholes like you stealing is easy and nobody really cares since your dumbass wants to be a "good person" and get overcharged for dumbass shit.
>>592745043 So here's an idea. Could you theoretically have a friend on the inside activate it for 500, but not get them fired? Could be an easy racket. Inb4 I'm an idiot Don't know much about the mystics of gift cards
>>592745532 Never said I was a good person. I've carved my way through this shit though. The difference really morals aside, I took the easy road in the long term and I'm having fun. You think you are but you're going to spend more time chasing your tail and before you know it, it's over. I don't give two fucks about being a good person, I just take care of my shit. And your shit frankly
>>592745635 well they could definitely tell what time the gift card was charged and what register, so with this information they could skip to the exact time and location your friend would be standing activating your gift card.
I would go with what I said earlier. Make friends with someone who has the information on the process of activating the gift card and then do it yourself and pray nobody saw you.
>>592745300 Same anon here, i have lots of stories. >LPs office is way in the back >only computer in the store with unlocked internet >he's always leaving early for bullshit >leaves me with the keys >firefox private window >lock myself in and fap >jizzed on his desk maybe a thousand times over the years.
>IC3: open another register >Code 50/60: cash pick up >Code 25: bring me change >Code 100: item theft witnessed >Security walk the floor: suspicion of theft >All sales associates to the floor for customer assistance: suspicion of theft
The candy isle of almost any Walgreens has no cameras in it. Take goods here to pocket them. However, if the cashier is not busy, he/she often looks down the candy isle if a suspicious person enters it
Keep in mind that spotting theft is almost like a sport at Walgreens. The cashier is always the one to blame if something is stolen.
>>592746658 That's why you do it a few towns away. You have to have a fence though. Don't try selling that shit on craigslist, though being 100% honest here...you would get away with selling it on craigslist.
>>592745986 well thank you for being white. shut the fuck up like you had it tough or like it's your burden to bare to pay taxes. Stop thinking your special or responsible because you do what the majority of everyone else does. You can act like your a man for it but you just dont have the balls.
>>592729952 Wear a wifebeater, tuck it in, put on a baggy shirt and then a decent sized jacket. It's winter so this raises no suspicion. Grab bottle(s) and place in wifebeater. Maneuver bottle to an upright position under armpit. Having the wifebeater tucked in ensures it will not drop. Take out your phone and pretend to talk to another anon, 'no anon, I really don't think they carry (misc item that store wouldn't have), I'll go check elsewhere' as you walk towards door. Some stores have doors that shut if you don't remove the safety cap, do so if required. Walk through doors, when beeping occurs do not stop just keep walking. Go straight to getaway car and dip. > I stole 1-2 bottles every single day from junior-senior year, around 200-300 > tfw never caught
>>592746645 We're thieves not murderers. We earn our living just like lawyers, cops, and whatever the fuck your dumbass does. We take risk, you live day by day hoping your little anime waifu will come to life and marry you. You sorry cum sucking son of a fuck. Put a bullet in your brain or starve yourself to death, either one just kill yourself.
What is with stupid fucks like you thinking it's an emergency brake?
It's the fucking parking break, that's it. You know what you shouldn't pull in an emergency? Your "e-brake."
And you know how I know you're trying to pump up your stupid story? You think pulling it is a way to make your car stop super fast when braking would be easier and less retarded, especially in a parking lot.
>>592746613 >get new cameras that zoom and turn remotely >LP leaves again >start playing with them >realize with just the right angle i can see into a few of the changing rooms since they dont have ceilings >just turn it back when im done >Entire year or so of watching bitches undress until they finally move it
Go into your local grocery store, hopefully semi-corporate at least - no pakiplaces. Stick what you want int he cart. Have a bunch of plastic bags cause your poor. Stick everything in the bags and walk out with them. If somebody comes after you, and you are scurd drop the shit and run, they won't pursue. Otherwise you are good to go. Then go shoot yourself for being a parsite on society and get a job you fucking fagoot
>>592742068 Well back in the day there was one place that always had a fair bit of cash and occasionally a bag of something (mostly weed, occasionally other) and maybe a cool knife or something from time to time. This one car was so goddamn reliable that I always stopped by when low on cash, thought nothing of it "Must be a retarded teenager, just trying teaching him to lock his doors".
Years later I find out it belonged to the son of a family of some notoriety. Thinking back I shudder to think about what would have happened if I was ever caught. ZERO remorse towards that particular individual though. Fuck I was one dumb nigga back then
Also carhopping is LOWWW, this I can see now, but holy tits what a cheap rush
>>592747235 You are stupid. It is an emergency brake. It won't stop you for shit, but it will apply braking to your forward momentum unless you've already worn it down to shit cause you are a reatard and drove with the parking break on. Or else you can have a luxury car and not plot on stealing shit illegally. Steal shit legally. Or even better, prodcue something you fucking thief faggot.
The tower docks I did with a friend, you need a little money first,
They need to be in store, something that you have to bring to the counter not request. Anyway
>buy tower dock >keep receipt >give receipt to friend >friend grabs tower dock walks out >any trouble just show receipt >take receipt and first tower back to cashier >ask for refund >fuck off
I had dumb fuck cashier who left the receipt with me so I just rinsed and repeated.
UE boom was different, went into JB hifi, found the package, opened it up and wrapped it in shorts (stolen from other store) and put in bag (bought a $2 gift this time I learnt ) then just walked Out the store. ( charger and shit was in my pocket)
I have no doubt the majority of you have no qualms chiming in with threads about dumb niggers and inferior black people etc. Yet you are exactly that.
Dumb, thieving niggers. People work hard to buy themselves things and you're sat there pathetically giving tips on how to open a car at night to take it for nothing. It is laughable how low in the gene pool you are.
No worries, you will inevitably be caught and imprisoned with all the other scum (can you say 'feeble', kids?), or simply Trayvonned.
so long as you don't mind losing your job because you're weak and puny, and think you can also stand up to police interrogation with cops who deal with lying faking faggots all the time you should be fine
>>592748247 I don't steal personal belongings for that reason. Only places I steal from are major retailers and liquor stores. So don't be too but hurt over somebody taking your swing at the playground last week.
>local shoppers drug mart has playboys, and other skin mags [this is 1995] >steal assloads >local douchebag finds out i have a collection >gonna tell my parents unless i steal him some >1 day we go together, im too steal them >this dumb nigger decides he wants back to school supplies >fuck... i have my methods down pat, now he just wants to stuff his backpack full of shit >"dude, not gonna work", he replies "help or im telling your parents" >double fuck >fuck it, was bound to happen >get caught walking out door by manager >sits us down for a half hour >cop shows up >decides to let us off >have to sweep up store and apologize to staff and customer >luckily not spotted by anybody i know, or my family knows >tell nigger my debt is paid >go home, and dump my stash in local field >fuckingwasteofgoodskinmags.jpg >go back a month later, all my mags are waterlogged and destroyed >triple fuck >still worked out better than expected???
Also, nother time got busted stealing pokemon card from wally world... maybe i'll tell story if it's wanted
>>592748288 Good lord, man, I'm not trying to say above a certain speed weaving back and forth would not be more effective than the completely ineffectual at just about any speed emergency brake. come on maroon.
>be me >be at tesco self checkout on sunday >checking out all my shit >super busy because closing soon >sandnigger durka paki stands at checkout next to me >pretends to be looking through his bags while actually just shoving everything in there without scanning it >stands there until a wave of shoppers have gone so he can look like he's finishing up >walks off with a bunch of expensive shit while i'm paying £86.40 >watch him walk to the door because apparently it's not stealing until they're outside >go after him and inform security guard at door >nabs him >does the 'im too confused because no english' routine, starts to walk back in with guard then runs away
pretty much all of you faggots. paki tier cheap pathetic losers. i live in a shithole on a low wage but i still fucking pay my way and when i see scum like you getting shit for free so honest people end up paying more to cover the fucking cost of shoplifters it makes me sick.
>Only places I steal from are major retailers and liquor stores
FYI major retailers hike the prices on everything in store to counter losses due to shoplifters. This can be up to 20% on some items. So, if there weren't cretins like you we would all be able to afford things. Yet you'd still steal, because your particular moronic underclass want to be spoonfed everything for free.
I'd like to see you steal hospital treatment when you get cancer.
Worked at Toys R Us here. When you buy anything in the electronics section, the person will bag it up in a green bag so we cashiers on the other side can tell whether they've bought something from there and are just walking out with a purchase or not. Basically, my suggestion is, get one of those green bags somehow. If you simply ask one of the regular cashiers (not electronics ones)for one of those bags or just go ahead and tell them you're grabbing a bag while they're busy (the green ones are normally behind every white bag), you can simply lift the whites off and grab a couple greens.
Why you want multiple green bags is so you can take it home and figure the fucking thing out. Those bags have removable sticky strips and shit that needs to be folded over to properly bag everything. They are confusing as fuck. So you can either figure them out on your own or just stand by the electronics cash and watch them bag literally every game that goes through there.
So now that you have those bags AND you know how to wrap them, go ahead and take the cheaper binned games (don't usually have magnetic strip) and walk somewhere hidden and bag that shit up. Even if you have a normal Toys R Us bag that you can hold those games IN the green bag, you're good.
Usually, there's maximum 3 people working electronics. On a busy Saturday, they'll both be behind the counter and 1 would be on floor helping people or climbing the ladder for overstock PS4s and shit, so you'll have to make sure that ladder is not near you.
Cameras: I only know of 1, but there might be 2. The blind spots while being hidden would be unbelievably easy to put those games in the green bag and sticky it up and walk out. You can also use the white bag if you aren't good enough with the green bag and just quickly show the other cashiers (not electronics cashiers) that you have the special bag and maybe hold a phony receipt in your hand or something.
Remember to remove magnetic strips that are on the outside.
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