Retailers Seek Solutions for Organized Thefts

As online auction sites have made the selling of stolen goods more profitable, organized retail crime has mushroomed into a $15 billion per year problem for the grocery and drug store industries, according to presentations given last week during the Organized Retail Crime Issues and Opportunities session at the 2008 Food Marketing Institute Show. Presenters John Griffin, mid-Atlantic

LAS VEGAS — As online auction sites have made the selling of stolen goods more profitable, organized retail crime has mushroomed into a $15 billion per year problem for the grocery and drug store industries, according to presentations given here last week during the “Organized Retail Crime — Issues and Opportunities” session at the 2008 Food Marketing Institute Show.

Presenters John Griffin, mid-Atlantic investigations team leader for Target, Minneapolis, and Bob James, corpora

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