“It can be as simple as people feeling pressured to buy things they can’t afford or being too impatient to wait in line,” Shulman said. But it can also be an addiction.
Two women face armed robbery charges after threatening an Old Navy store detective with a gun during Black Friday shopping.
Police say a 49-year-old Metro Detroit woman used her 11-year-old daughter to shoplift from an Old Navy store.
A local lawyer who spent a decade of his life with an addiction to stealing is now using his experiences to help other kleptomaniacs turn their lives around.
According to a recent study, leading retailers are reporting increases in organized retail crime and shoplifting.
They shop with a list and get in and out of a store quickly. But we’re not talking about your Grandma at the grocery store.
WWJ and FOX 2 Detroit’s Murray Feldman reports on taking an item that isn’t yours just because you want too. Plus, do you take all of your hard earned vacation time?