Yeah my Walmart has a nice blindspot that I do business in. Its not the aisle, just about a 4x2 rectangle of space that the camera's can't see because of merchandise stacked (its ALWAYS stacked in mine, never seen even one thing missing). The best thing to do is get your items, head to blind spot, pocket shit. But if you can, grab two of whatever you're lifting and don't let the camera see, that way when you leave your spot you still have what you were seen going there with, and always grab some small random item from wherever you went. My getaway is usually I act like I got a call, or I set the shit down/park the basket and check my wallet, then just leave. I get away with a ton of shit, its easy if you know what you're doing. Now I don't just go steal random shit, its always something I need but don't have the money for.most large retail stores like walmart with 484743 cameras in the whole place always have a "blind isle" just scope the place out real good, and watch your back, theyll never know.
I was in CVS once borrowing some deoderant and I heard that. I got kinda freaked out since I'm pretty sure I was the only one in the store so I left.Wallgreens is a big booming voice who says, "Security Check On Isle _whatever number__"
Then you just watch whoevers in that isle (or yourself) look around confused.
Really sometimes they'll do that and warn you that they suspect you just to keep you from shoplifting.
Better than telling one of the workers to follow someone around.
I usually try to do the opposite... The quicker I'm in and out, the better, for me. I figure it arouses less suspicion, gives them less time to call for backup or whatever. A lot of the time I'll scout ahead and locate exactly where what I want is, then come back the next day (or next week, or...) then be in and out of the store in 90 seconds.i've never been busted at walmart but it always freaks me out. usually I only grab small stuff. I just tend to walk around forever aimlessly until anyone that may be watching me gives up.