Shoplifting
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Shoplifting is an admired time used for theft of goods from a retail establishment. Shoplifting is usually undertaken by amateurs, and involves concealing an item and leaving the store without paying for it. Other forms of shoplifting comprise swapping price labels of dissimilar items, and eating a store’s food without paying for it. Usually shoplifted items are those with a high value in proportion to their size, such as razor blades and cigarettes.

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