The tools and methods of organized retail theft are well-known among retailers: "booster bags" lined with aluminum foil to neutralize the signals of electronic article surveillance (EAS) tags, specially equipped baby strollers, and "grab-and-dash" thefts. Targeting the ability to easily convert merchandise to money may be the best deterrent.
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