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I suspect my office's cleaning crew is drinking our liquor

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Posted: 6/20/2014 2:24 PM

I suspect my office's cleaning crew is drinking our liquor 


We have a fully stocked bar in our office. Our small staff is welcome to it anytime but rarely ever drink it. The main uses tend to be for guests and holiday parties. One other guy and myself will have scotch on rare occasion but that is basically it.

He noticed the other day that many of the bottles have gone down drastically. Because it's impossible to prove, I am researching buying a hidden camera. We could lock them up but there are probably over 20 various bottles and they are a good decoration. Plus, I'd rather catch them. There is nothing worse than thieves.

Tequila seems to have "evaporated" the most.


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Posted: 6/20/2014 2:37 PM

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We used a simple "smoke detector" hidden camera and caught both an employee stealing candy from a vending machine and the vendor's employee pocketing money from the machine. Funny thing was neither of those were the reason for the hidden camera.
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Posted: 6/20/2014 2:51 PM

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TallCool wrote: We have a fully stocked bar in our office. Our small staff is welcome to it anytime but rarely ever drink it. The main uses tend to be for guests and holiday parties. One other guy and myself will have scotch on rare occasion but that is basically it.

He noticed the other day that many of the bottles have gone down drastically. Because it's impossible to prove, I am researching buying a hidden camera. We could lock them up but there are probably over 20 various bottles and they are a good decoration. Plus, I'd rather catch them. There is nothing worse than thieves.

Tequila seems to have "evaporated" the most.


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Posted: 6/20/2014 3:11 PM

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Get the camera.  You wouldn't be noticing the difference if it wasn't happening.
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Posted: 6/20/2014 3:43 PM

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Where is this office?  biggrin  I hear you TC, I won't tolerate a thief.  Several years ago, I suspected one of the hands stealing our farm diesel for their pickup.  I noticed tire tracks by the diesel tank, when it was too muddy to plow and they weren't tractor tracks.  I put a lock on said tank nozzle.  Checked back in a few days and someone had circumvented the lock by unscrewing it from the hose.  I went to the local courthouse and told the sheriff what was going on and gave him both diesel driving hands' tag number.  He said he would take it from there.  The culprit was nailed as it seems farm diesel has a dye in it that identifies it from regular diesel.  He not only lost his job, but was fined pretty heavily for using farm diesel in his private pickup.  End of rant, and sorry for the hijack TC.  Need office location?
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Posted: 6/20/2014 3:45 PM

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Doveman1948 wrote: Where is this office?  biggrin  I hear you TC, I won't tolerate a thief.  Several years ago, I suspected one of the hands stealing our farm diesel for their pickup.  I noticed tire tracks by the diesel tank, when it was too muddy to plow and they weren't tractor tracks.  I put a lock on said tank nozzle.  Checked back in a few days and someone had circumvented the lock by unscrewing it from the hose.  I went to the local courthouse and told the sheriff what was going on and gave him both diesel driving hands' tag number.  He said he would take it from there.  The culprit was nailed as it seems farm diesel has a dye in it that identifies it from regular diesel.  He not only lost his job, but was fined pretty heavily for using farm diesel in his private pickup.  End of rant, and sorry for the hijack TC.  Need office location?

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Posted: 6/20/2014 3:47 PM

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Doveman1948 wrote: Where is this office?  biggrin  I hear you TC, I won't tolerate a thief.  Several years ago, I suspected one of the hands stealing our farm diesel for their pickup.  I noticed tire tracks by the diesel tank, when it was too muddy to plow and they weren't tractor tracks.  I put a lock on said tank nozzle.  Checked back in a few days and someone had circumvented the lock by unscrewing it from the hose.  I went to the local courthouse and told the sheriff what was going on and gave him both diesel driving hands' tag number.  He said he would take it from there.  The culprit was nailed as it seems farm diesel has a dye in it that identifies it from regular diesel.  He not only lost his job, but was fined pretty heavily for using farm diesel in his private pickup.  End of rant, and sorry for the hijack TC.  Need office location?

Addison. High rise that we rent space in.
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Posted: 6/20/2014 3:53 PM

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This might be the guy stealing the liquor.

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Posted: 6/20/2014 5:19 PM

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TallCool wrote: We have a fully stocked bar in our office. Our small staff is welcome to it anytime but rarely ever drink it. The main uses tend to be for guests and holiday parties. One other guy and myself will have scotch on rare occasion but that is basically it.

He noticed the other day that many of the bottles have gone down drastically. Because it's impossible to prove, I am researching buying a hidden camera. We could lock them up but there are probably over 20 various bottles and they are a good decoration. Plus, I'd rather catch them. There is nothing worse than thieves.

Tequila seems to have "evaporated" the most.


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I'm curious how much dollar value has turned up missing vs how much a hidden camera operation would cost?  biggrin

Why bother wasting your time with all this?  Just curious.  If it was a debatable amount, then I'd probably guess it's not a whole lot.  I'd just let it go.  But hey, whatever floats your boat.  I don't leave any valuables at work, some people leave $300 headphones at their desk.  I think that's silly.

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Posted: 6/20/2014 5:26 PM

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Doveman1948 wrote: Where is this office?  biggrin  I hear you TC, I won't tolerate a thief.  Several years ago, I suspected one of the hands stealing our farm diesel for their pickup.  I noticed tire tracks by the diesel tank, when it was too muddy to plow and they weren't tractor tracks.  I put a lock on said tank nozzle.  Checked back in a few days and someone had circumvented the lock by unscrewing it from the hose.  I went to the local courthouse and told the sheriff what was going on and gave him both diesel driving hands' tag number.  He said he would take it from there.  The culprit was nailed as it seems farm diesel has a dye in it that identifies it from regular diesel.  He not only lost his job, but was fined pretty heavily for using farm diesel in his private pickup.  End of rant, and sorry for the hijack TC.  Need office location?
What the heck is that supposed to mean -- to "muddy" to plow? flushed

Man, I get it from every direction. flushedflushed

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Posted: 6/20/2014 5:35 PM

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I'm curious how much dollar value has turned up missing vs how much a hidden camera operation would cost?  biggrin

Why bother wasting your time with all this?  Just curious.  If it was a debatable amount, then I'd probably guess it's not a whole lot.  I'd just let it go.  But hey, whatever floats your boat.  I don't leave any valuables at work, some people leave $300 headphones at their desk.  I think that's silly.
Seattle...I would waste time with this, because if they are stealing liquor, they are very likely stealing other stuff as well.  A thief is a thief.  When I worked in a gas station while going to Tech, I had a young lady arrested for stealing 8.00 worth of gas...she offered to pay for it, told her no...would rather see her go to jail.  It is principle.  You seem to believe if it is only petty theft, that it should just be tolerated and allowed.  I base this opinion on your words above combined with your words siding with J. Winston, not thinking it was a big deal that he stole crab.  Quite frankly, I thought it was a big deal.

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Posted: 6/20/2014 5:42 PM

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raiderinloneoak wrote:
seaTTleR8r wrote:


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I'm curious how much dollar value has turned up missing vs how much a hidden camera operation would cost?  biggrin

Why bother wasting your time with all this?  Just curious.  If it was a debatable amount, then I'd probably guess it's not a whole lot.  I'd just let it go.  But hey, whatever floats your boat.  I don't leave any valuables at work, some people leave $300 headphones at their desk.  I think that's silly.
Seattle...I would waste time with this, because if they are stealing liquor, they are very likely stealing other stuff as well.  A thief is a thief.  When I worked in a gas station while going to Tech, I had a young lady arrested for stealing 8.00 worth of gas...she offered to pay for it, told her no...would rather see her go to jail.  It is principle.  You seem to believe if it is only petty theft, that it should just be tolerated and allowed.  I base this opinion on your words above combined with your words siding with J. Winston, not thinking it was a big deal that he stole crab.  Quite frankly, I thought it was a big deal.
I'm just saying, if you're upset over losing the liquor, but are  unwilling to put it away, why bother with a costly exercise of hidden cameras. And I say costly not just from financial aspect, but the valuable time spent.  Some people say Paul Allen bending down to pick up $10,000 is literally not worth his time.  I say the same thing here.  Monitoring hours and hours of film just to catch a guy taking a swig of your left out booze?  Jesus, I've got better things to do.  No offense. noidea

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Posted: 6/20/2014 5:45 PM

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RawlsLandman wrote:

This might be the guy stealing the liquor.

Seattle it's a matter of principle. People shouldn't be stealing.
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Posted: 6/20/2014 6:09 PM

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seaTTleR8r wrote:
raiderinloneoak wrote:
seaTTleR8r wrote:


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I'm curious how much dollar value has turned up missing vs how much a hidden camera operation would cost?  biggrin

Why bother wasting your time with all this?  Just curious.  If it was a debatable amount, then I'd probably guess it's not a whole lot.  I'd just let it go.  But hey, whatever floats your boat.  I don't leave any valuables at work, some people leave $300 headphones at their desk.  I think that's silly.
Seattle...I would waste time with this, because if they are stealing liquor, they are very likely stealing other stuff as well.  A thief is a thief.  When I worked in a gas station while going to Tech, I had a young lady arrested for stealing 8.00 worth of gas...she offered to pay for it, told her no...would rather see her go to jail.  It is principle.  You seem to believe if it is only petty theft, that it should just be tolerated and allowed.  I base this opinion on your words above combined with your words siding with J. Winston, not thinking it was a big deal that he stole crab.  Quite frankly, I thought it was a big deal.
I'm just saying, if you're upset over losing the liquor, but are  unwilling to put it away, why bother with a costly exercise of hidden cameras. And I say costly not just from financial aspect, but the valuable time spent.  Some people say Paul Allen bending down to pick up $10,000 is literally not worth his time.  I say the same thing here.  Monitoring hours and hours of film just to catch a guy taking a swig of your left out booze?  Jesus, I've got better things to do.  No offense. noidea
Some of us won't tolerate a thief on principle.  I would spend a $100 to catch some stealing $10.  And they shouldn't have to hide anything from people they are providing work for.
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Posted: 6/20/2014 6:10 PM

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PiratePapa wrote:
seaTTleR8r wrote:
raiderinloneoak wrote:
seaTTleR8r wrote:


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I'm curious how much dollar value has turned up missing vs how much a hidden camera operation would cost?  biggrin

Why bother wasting your time with all this?  Just curious.  If it was a debatable amount, then I'd probably guess it's not a whole lot.  I'd just let it go.  But hey, whatever floats your boat.  I don't leave any valuables at work, some people leave $300 headphones at their desk.  I think that's silly.
Seattle...I would waste time with this, because if they are stealing liquor, they are very likely stealing other stuff as well.  A thief is a thief.  When I worked in a gas station while going to Tech, I had a young lady arrested for stealing 8.00 worth of gas...she offered to pay for it, told her no...would rather see her go to jail.  It is principle.  You seem to believe if it is only petty theft, that it should just be tolerated and allowed.  I base this opinion on your words above combined with your words siding with J. Winston, not thinking it was a big deal that he stole crab.  Quite frankly, I thought it was a big deal.
I'm just saying, if you're upset over losing the liquor, but are  unwilling to put it away, why bother with a costly exercise of hidden cameras. And I say costly not just from financial aspect, but the valuable time spent.  Some people say Paul Allen bending down to pick up $10,000 is literally not worth his time.  I say the same thing here.  Monitoring hours and hours of film just to catch a guy taking a swig of your left out booze?  Jesus, I've got better things to do.  No offense. noidea
Some of us won't tolerate a thief on principle.  I would spend a $100 to catch some stealing $10.  And they shouldn't have to hide anything from people they are providing work for.
There are far worse crimes that could use your attention.

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Posted: 6/20/2014 6:36 PM

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RawlsLandman wrote:

This might be the guy stealing the liquor.

Principle Seattle.
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Posted: 6/20/2014 8:03 PM

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Well. if I ever need to siphon a few dollars of gas, I know which jeep to look for

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Posted: 6/20/2014 8:20 PM

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redraider217 wrote: We'll. if I ever need to siphon a few dollars of gas, I know which jeep to look for
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Posted: 6/20/2014 8:32 PM

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is there anything odorless/tasteless you could spike a few bottles with to make them poop like they were getting ready for a colonoscopy?


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Posted: 6/20/2014 8:52 PM

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Urine?  wink
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is there anything odorless/tasteless you could spike a few bottles with to make them poop like they were getting ready for a colonoscopy?


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