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'It’s getting worse than ever': Organized crime permeates metro Denver's retail theft surge

Summary by Ground News
Retail theft losses in Colorado are estimated at roughly $1 billion a year. Retailers report the thieves to police in hopes the goods can be recovered and the thieves captured. But they've also increasingly told employees not to intervene for fear of liability. Organized retail crime in 2020 reached an average of more than $700,000.

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