Theft Distraction Toronto
Dec 22, 2017
Bulletin 2017-2319

All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of Law

 

The male perpetrator is seen on video making several passes by a retail jewellery store in First Canadian Place.  Once he enters, he surveys staff and clients for a while to find the optimal time to make his move.  When all employees seem busy with clients and he’s comfortable he’s not being watched, he proceeds to pick the showcase lock and steal the pens. 

JVC recommends whenever possible greet every customer when they enter your store. Introduce yourself and asked them their name. Ask them what the special occasion is that brings them into your store. These types of questions may give you a clue that the person maybe up to something and require more attention. If they are an honest person you are giving them good customer service. A win, win for all.

 

                                    

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