Friday, January 13, 2012
Circle K Place Thieves On Facebook
Convenience store chain Circle K has started going after small-time alleged thieves by posting surveillance video footage on Facebook. The chain’s partner, crime fighting nonprofit Silent Witness, gives as much as $100 to those who spot acquaintances and soon-to-be-former friends shoplifting. The program, dubbed Circle K Crime Busters, encompasses 625 stores in Arizona and Nevada. Circle K’s loss-prevention manager calls it "a safe conduit to report crime." Check Circle K Crime Busters page at www.facebook.com/CircleKAZCrimeBusters.
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