Gangs Make Shoplifting a Business — Part II

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In the second part of our series about the rise of professional shoplifting, we hear from the FBI's Dan Wright about how organized groups of thieves carry out their crimes. U.S. businesses lose an estimated $15 billion to shoplifting each year. Hear NPR's Cheryl Corley.

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