The Payday gang have hit this one a number of times. They can be easily entered at the front and back, and are small enough that a well-rehearsed crew can quickly nullify any resistance.
My Notes: Security in these places is laughable, but when they’re operating so close to the profit margin, what can you expect?
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The MO of the perpetrators has been to execute a rapid hit-and-run, aimed at emptying cash registers and getting out fast.
My Notes: Hard to see what Bain stands to gain from this, so I suspect it is as much a favor to keep a contact sweet.
This area has deep connections with the Russian community, so it is possible that these four stores are caught between two squabbling Russian mob-bosses.
They are generally single-storey constructions, with heavy rear doors, roof access and cameras that are controlled from a locked security room.
Most branches will employ three or four security personnel, and teller staff are trained to lower shutters in the event of a robbery.
My Notes: Forget H&R doing much to put their house in order.
This tiara was being held for Dimitri Volkov, and was apparently intended to be worn by his wife at their wedding.
My Notes: If it wasn’t for the people who might get caught in the crossfire, I’d be happy to let these mobsters take shots at each other over their petty squabbles.
Based on the security footage, this appears to be an act of focused vandalism. Look into who stands to lose, and who stands to gain, from the damage here.
The stores in the mall were specifically focused for damage, rather than theft. Harvest and Trustee Bank has branches all over Washington.