MILL VALLEY, Calif. -- Mollie Stones here has seen a drastic reduction in cart losses at its Pacific Heights store since the installation of a shopping-cart security system. The retailer's inner-city store used to lose between 50 and 100 carts per year, according to Steve Stamos, general manager for the six-store retailer. Since installing the cart antitheft device in a pilot program last September, the retailer hasn't seen one cart leave the lot, Stamos added. Each cart costs about $85 to ...

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