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Bibliography of Theft Related Magazine and News Stories

 

  1. "1 of 15 shoplift." Burnham, David. New York Times , December 21, 1970 , p. 44.
  2. "11 girls, 10 in furs, held in shoplifting." New York Times , March 27, 1922 , p. 3.
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