Organized retail crime can take many forms. Here are some examples of cases affecting food retailers: KHOU-TV in Houston reported in May that since January, Brookshire Brothers, Lufkin, Texas, was being hit by “high-tech crooks” cashing fake payroll checks with falsified IDs. The criminals would steal a logo from a local company and use it to print fake checks in the back of a van. In one case, two suspects attempted to cash phony payroll checks from a local McDonald's but took off after ...

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