Store Owners and the Pocketing Problem

Months ago, I was at a store next to the gas station, or included with a gas station, getting me a drink, and a pastry. What I realized… I heard of a raccoon boy who took the merchandise from a store where i was buying goods for myself.

However; the store owner didn’t know about items stolen from a store,–until we returned from Nicodemus, KS after a church session. However, the raccoon boy has to confess about taking items without paying to a store owner, or manager. This is one example of shoplifting. If you were caring for an abused child, or adopting a child, you have to check if he/she has been abused. Abuse is the known source where shoplifting has been linked from. That’s why many of our kids weren’t raised without violence (includes spanking and other corporal punishment). Although; the raccoon boy has pocketed the merchandise, and the big lion has to get these items returned to this store.

How Did It Happen


I was minding my own business, buying me a drink for a long journey to Nicodemus, KS for a church session. This is the time before I moved to this town for the purpose of finding me a new home, and enable the police department to arrest my sister for taking my $60.00 from my wallet. What I told my big sister earlier, “wait for me to make profit of my website, and I’ll send /give you money later!” However, I was shocked when my money was stolen. This is a sign of my big sister has been end up in serious legal trouble… Anyway, I always bring my money with me as I go to any store to buy stuff.

Suddenly, I heard someone talking about a raccoon boy who shoplifted the store, and the big lion has discovered he pocketed the stolen products. And this is a bad idea because, if shoplifting has been caught early with security cameras… the police should arrest this boy for his crime. At least this boy will be banned from this store in the future. A shoplifting charge can prevent you from applying a job at any retail store. Walmart is the known retail chain who always take shoplifting very seriously. And there was a story about shoplifters who pocketed items, and left the store. Customers who wanted items for everyday use. High prices has caused customers to pay more.

As I sat at a church, I have to rely on my phone’s internet to be productive as I write new content.

As we take a trip home; we have to return the merchandise as a way to let the store know about the issue. I’ve learned a lesson from a raccoon boy… don’t be a shoplifter!

What To Do

Never pocket merchandise. If you were buying small snacks, always use a store’s basket. If you have a reusable shopping bag, you must have it checked by a manager, or an LP agent.

Teach your children not to become shoplifters. Teach them about how money is used, and how buying products actually benefit a retail store.

Teach children about running their own stores,–along with ways to prevent shoplifting.

When shopping as a group, encourage your kids to pay for items like a little store. Practice with making your own products, and purchase interactive toys and devices that will teach them about running a store, and buying things from a store properly.

By Fairy-Rider

Part of Fairies Dreams & Fantasy staff