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A Business Director known as our agency to discover out if we could help him. He told us that goods had gone missing from his warehouse but it had not been broken into. The Lorries had not been tampered with as well as the stock had all gone through the goods in department. This was happening each two weeks or so He suspected that a few of the warehouse workers along with the lorry drivers could be stealing goods and splitting the profits.

We put undercover operatives into the warehouse who posed as warehouse workers. The operatives had been employed for two weeks in the warehouse and they wore body cams all of the time. Our operatives got friendly with all the other warehouse workers. For the duration of one of the night shifts a lorry came in along with the warehouse manager and 1 of our operatives got to work unloading it. Most of the goods for the warehouse had been unloaded then the warehouse manager got into the lorry using the driver and they drove off. He came back about half an hour later.

The Manager took our operative to 1 side and told him not to tell any person what had happened. The operative stated that as he was only there for several weeks it didn’t matter to him what was going on. The Manager supplied him either some cash or many of the goods to maintain his mouth shut. The operative had all this on film and video.

The lorry driver was the main man in this scam. He would have several warehouses on his route with warehouse men that would support him steal from their warehouses. As soon as the lorry driver had the goods he would sell them to the other warehouse men who had been also stealing for him.

Our client called the police along with the lorry driver and warehouse manager were taken to the Police station for questioning. They were each arrested and are on bail waiting to go to court.

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