Crime Doesn’t Pay: Ohio pair arraigned in Chesterfield Twp.

Ohio pair arraigned in Chesterfield Twp. Dick’s Sporting Goods theft (image)

Ohio pair arraigned in Chesterfield Twp. Dick’s Sporting Goods theft | #ESC_LLC #VideoSurveillance #Retailer #Police | At about 5:40 p.m. April 14, Chesterfield Township police were called to the Dick’s Sporting Goods store on Waterside Drive for a retail fraud in progress (macombdaily). https://wp.me/p97JNV-1yE

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Officers arrived at the store and discovered the suspects, described as a black female and a black male, had left in a white Chevrolet Malibu. Police said the male fled the store with a large black hockey bag stuffed with high-valued apparel while the female held the store’s automatic front door open. (read more)

“Parents, you need to tell your children that crime doesn’t pay. Today, because of monitored alarm systems and High Definition video surveillance, chances are someone committing a robbery, shoplifting, or a robbery will be identified and apprehended by police,” says John Larkin, Senior Partner with ESC of Greater Ohio.

ESC video surveillance systems (image)If you own a retail store of any kind, and if you don’t  have a Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) system, you need to look into it.

“As they say, ‘a picture is worth a thousand words,’ and having a quality, clear image of a specific person in the act of committing a crime is almost as good as gold in a court of law. But you can’t compromise on quality and expect to get the kind of results necessary for a conviction and restitution,” says Larkin.

In most cases, all store security has to do is show the perpetrator the video of him or her committing the crime, and restitution is almost a given. Click here to learn more about CCTV, how it works, and  how to buy a system: Click here to read more of this news story! (image)

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