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Items Tagged with 'theft prevention'
With break ins of enterprise computer networks grabbing the headlines, there is a chance that chief security officers at some corporations and government agencies could be neglecting the lowly office phone. And that may be a costly mistake.
A pair of men pulled off a two-day warehouse heist over the weekend, making off with more than $600,000 worth of wine, according to police. One suspect is in custody.
Sims Metal Management, with locations throughout much of the U.S., will pay $4.1 million to settle a lawsuit after San Francisco and Contra Costa County accused the company of purchasing stolen metal.
One in 40 employees was apprehended for theft from their employer in 2012.
The metal shutters or screens protect businesses from theft, say local business owners, but the Miami City Commissioner says they're an eyesore that deter pedestrian traffic.
Months after the original heist, police have detained 31 suspects across three nations during an early-morning sweep Wednesday.
18 people have been indicted in the scheme, which involved stealing raw copper from an Arizona mine, disguising it as scrap metal and then selling it to China via the black market.
Labor lawyers state that employees are often coerced into confessing, leading to a permanent blight on their employment records.
A judge has ordered the owner of a scrap yard where the remains of several stolen school buses were found held in lieu of bail on a charge unrelated to the case.
A group of thieves took only 11 minutes to escape an airport with hundreds of millions of dollars-worth of diamonds and precious metals.