NY Times: Neat Thieves Are Zeroing In on Laptops

ATLANTA, Nov. 28 (AP) ó A man walked into an Atlanta office, made chitchat with two workers and sat down for lunch with them. Nobody noticed when he left with four of their laptops.
Such neatly dressed thieves who walk into the workplace looking for expensive laptops or purses are a growing problem for businesses. Since laptops became common in the mid-1990’s, criminals have sought them in particular as a way to make a quick profit. (full story)

My spin: You’ve known this already, but it can’t hurt to be reminded.

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