DOVER, Del. -- Basics/Metro Markets has a watchful eye on operations at its newest store here, where it hopes to cut losses due to theft and bad checks. A surveillance system is keeping watch on activity in the store while a new check authorization feature will rein in losses due to bad checks. A new closed-circuit television monitoring system was installed in the 62,000-square-foot store that opened here May 11, said Mike Mays, assistant vice president of loss prevention at Basics/Metro, ...

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