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If you see someone shoplifting, what should you do?
Local law enforcement, store owners share their advice

In this April 2020 photo, a man is caught on surveillance cameras walking out of the Chino Valley Safeway store with a shopping cart full of allegedly unpaid groceries worth an estimated $400. Police say that if you see someone shoplifting at a local store the best thing you can do is to not intervene and report what you saw to store employees. (Chino Valley Police Department, file)

In this April 2020 photo, a man is caught on surveillance cameras walking out of the Chino Valley Safeway store with a shopping cart full of allegedly unpaid groceries worth an estimated $400. Police say that if you see someone shoplifting at a local store the best thing you can do is to not intervene and report what you saw to store employees. (Chino Valley Police Department, file)

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