castlebuilder100 wrote:Wow, that's not too far from where I live.
Count Blacktron wrote:There is a man in his 50s in my local area that feels it is his right to own LEGO, even if he does not pay for it.
Sibley wrote:I'm a bit confused. Given the amount that you know about his appearance and methods it seems like the stores should already know who this guy is, and you or others have seen him in the act. Is this not the case?
Sibley wrote:Count Blacktron wrote:There is a man in his 50s in my local area that feels it is his right to own LEGO, even if he does not pay for it.
Count Blacktron wrote:Sibley wrote:Don't you think that by the nature of the crime, the fact that it's done during busy hours (I missed him by a close margin when I visited the store at 4pm to look at things with my kids) and he's taken a City Harbour set DOWN HIS PANTS right out the front door and past the customer service counter (staffed always) that he is? You'd have to be somewhat of an insane egomaniac I think, especially given that they caught him, he weasled out of it and they told him never to return, but still is there every week.
Robin Hood wrote:Wow, that is bad. Being a fair few miles away, I can't do more than give advice, and seeing as I've never been a similar situation, I can't give any. But I do have a couple of thoughts. I guess what you need to do is first figure out who he is. If you can, I dunno, hang around the store a lot, spot him, then follow him, or at least get his license number. Once that's done, you need to find some reason to call the police to his house. If the cops can get inside for two seconds, and know what they are looking for, the guy will behind bars no time flat. Or I assume so from the amount of Lego it sounds like he has taken. But this is all really just stating the obvious, and not something that could actually happen. Or at least I can't think of a reason to get cops look in a guy's house for stolen Lego, not without hard evidence. I guess just be vigilant, and pray that you catch him in the act.
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