What happens when you open a fishing/hunting superstore in a 65 percent black city? This... [Former Bass Pro employee: Bullets, BB guns are stolen from store on daily basis, WREG.com, 2-17-17]:
Keith Thole said he started working in the towering pyramid when it opened in April of 2015. His gig as a supervisor at Bass Pro was one he loved, but the shoplifters -- not so much.
"How many times do you think you’d personally see or hear of people shoplifting?" WREG's Bridget Chapman asked Thole.
"On a daily basis," he said.
Every day, he said he’d notice young adults walk in with a mission: their eyes on the hunting section where ammo and BB guns aren’t secured.
But even if employees noticed a shoplifter, Thole said they weren’t allowed to stop them. That’s the policy with many companies.
“For us to even make contact with the suspected shoplifter, we have to get permission from the manager on duty.”Read More: http://stuffblackpeopledontlike.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-bass-pro-shop-in-memphis-hilarious.html