Rite Aid's solution to huge NYC shoplifting losses may result in inconveniences to shoppers who must deal with more and more locked-up items. "Rite Aid execs say theft in New York City stores drove $5
million in losses in its most recent quarter alone," per Business Insider
. "The company is experimenting with new security and theft prevention strategies. Rite Aid's Chief Retail Officer
Andre Persaud said this may mean 'literally putting everything' behind lock-and-key."
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