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From the L&M North York page:

Long and McQuade North York is asking for your help in contacting an individual who recently came in to our store. We are seeking your assistance with finding any information regarding the customer pictured below. Please contact a manager at the store if you have any information that you can provide. Thank you!

Snapshot Photography Door
Snapshot Black hair Jacket Outerwear Long hair
Escalator Transport Mode of transport Baggage Vehicle
Standing Leg Shoulder Outerwear Blazer


I asked an associate what was stolen, and it was a LP Standard in trans black and a LP Custom black. I might get serials soon, so if you guys run into any of the guitars, please let the L&M guys know.
 
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They were probably playing on their phones or surfing the web.
I'm surprised that guitar shops don't have scanners at the door
with tags on their merchandise that are deactivated after a sale.
Like Walmart and basically every other store that you can think of.
 

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The trick is they usually come in with a gig bag or case that's empty. Browse for a bit, try some things then when no one is looking slip a guitar into the empty case and walk out. RFID tags and scanners at the door would do the trick.
 
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