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Clark County retailers add security measures to combat rise in thefts — and they are starting to see success

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer, and
Becca Robbins, Columbian staff reporter
Published: November 18, 2023, 6:14am
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Surveillance images of a woman the Vancouver Police Department said is suspected of shoplifting from a shopping mall. Officers were asking for the public&rsquo;s help identifying her.
Surveillance images of a woman the Vancouver Police Department said is suspected of shoplifting from a shopping mall. Officers were asking for the public’s help identifying her. (Photo contributed by the Vancouver Police Department) Photo Gallery

Over the years, shoppers have had to adjust. Gone are the days when you could just walk into a store, grab a bottle of shampoo and check out.

Now, you might pass armed security guards on the way in, wait for employees to take the shampoo out of a locked cabinet and have your receipts checked before you can leave.

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