WASHINGTON — Nearly all (94.5%) of 129 surveyed retail companies have been the victim of organized retail crime in the past 12 months, according to the National Retail Federation's seventh annual Organized Retail Crime survey. This represents an increase over last year and the most in the survey's history. An increasing number of retailers said thieves are becoming more brazen and that, on average, more than one in 10 organized retail crime apprehensions (13%) lead to some level of ...

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