Knowing who is entering your facility is more than just a security issue in today’s pandemic.
Eric Brandon Almly had a good system. Dressed in business casual clothing, he would find a corporate headquarters or office facility and stroll in as if he belonged. He’d mix in with employees, walk the corridors, peer into vacant offices, and target unattended laptops, which he would slip into a shoulder bag. He pilfered his way across California, Arizona, and Florida before finally being captured, but not before he had amassed hauls from the corporate offices of Burger King, Lennar, World Fuel Services, Outback Steakhouse, and FedEx.
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