Secret surveillance, mining customer data: How retailers help bag shoplifting kingpins--NBCNEWS

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Many of the country's major retailers -- Target, Walgreens, CVS, Walmart, Home Depot, Lowe's and Publix supermarkets -- now employ former police officers and sheriff's deputies who go to such lengths as secretly tailing people whom they believe are part of a shoplifting enterprise, according to a NBC News review of more than 50 organized retail theft prosecutions over the last 10 years. 


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