In an typically uncaring world it’s necessary that we reach out to each other. You can provide to the homeless in an indirect way (and it’s best to if you wish to) however giving and caring straight gives them something past value – human contact and recognition.
Positive the stores can share your information. Either formally or not. There’s nothing preventing one LP from calling one other and telling anybody your name, handle, particulars about the cease, and so on. I would not fear about that in your case. The supermarket seems to be at fault right here. If I have been the one that stopped you, I do not assume I’d even focus on this with anyone.
I wouldn’t even know methods to guess at that. Put it this manner, if it had been an enormous chain store like a Walmart, or Kmart, it is doubtful. They might have apprehended you on the door if they’d proof. It’s also doable nobody saw you. If it were a smaller retailer like comfort or dollar store, it’s extra doubtless they’d name the cops on you.
I hadn’t seen the store owner till at present. He doesn’t know my name but I know his. I might forgotten all about this as it was 2 months ago, however he started following me across the thrift shop I used to be purchasing in as we speak, lastly he caught up with me twice, the first time, I thought it was a coincedance and we had just bumped into one another, but he followed me again.
Hello Kyla, Thanks for writing. So your query is, can the one that creates the illusion of theft be charged, if he/she is apprehended and located to haven’t any merchandise? No. When you’re apprehended and the LP or security one that stops you discovers no merchandise, they’re in a boatload of hassle. Not only is their job in excessive jeopardy, but the company is at risk for a possible lawsuit.