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I am not the “type” to do anything like this at all. I was in a shop the other day, and was in the changing rooms and had taken in a pair of shoes with me as well as jeans. I have had a bit of a rough time lately, and obviously that’s no excuse but I had a bit of a “screw everything” type of attitude. I took the tag off the shoes and put them in my bag. I paid for the jeans. I left the store and the security alarm went off, I’m guessing there’s some sort of security thing still in the shoes or something. I just carried on walking and wasn’t chased or anything. Well now I just feel incredibly guilty for taking them, I wish I had never done it. I’m worried they’re now going to look at the camera and see it was me that set them off and find me considering I paid with card and they know my details maybe? The shoes were worth about £35 I think. I really hate myself for doing this, I had no right at all to do it and I just regret it so much. Do you think I will get tracked down at all? I wish I could just to back in time. I hate myself for it
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(Original post by Lisslol)
I am not the “type” to do anything like this at all. I was in a shop the other day, and was in the changing rooms and had taken in a pair of shoes with me as well as jeans. I have had a bit of a rough time lately, and obviously that’s no excuse but I had a bit of a “screw everything” type of attitude. I took the tag off the shoes and put them in my bag. I paid for the jeans. I left the store and the security alarm went off, I’m guessing there’s some sort of security thing still in the shoes or something. I just carried on walking and wasn’t chased or anything. Well now I just feel incredibly guilty for taking them, I wish I had never done it. I’m worried they’re now going to look at the camera and see it was me that set them off and find me considering I paid with card and they know my details maybe? The shoes were worth about £35 I think. I really hate myself for doing this, I had no right at all to do it and I just regret it so much. Do you think I will get tracked down at all? I wish I could just to back in time. I hate myself for it
Take it back and leave them in the changing room whenever you can. They'll probably give it a new tag and you'll be free of your worries
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Go to the shop and be give it back to them, if you feel that bad
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But won’t they then call in the police or something if I admit I took them?
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Go to the shop and be give it back to them, if you feel that bad
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But when I go back in the security alarm will probably go back off and I’m worried they’ve looked at cctv of when I set it off the first time and something bad will happen
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Take it back and leave them in the changing room whenever you can. They'll probably give it a new tag and you'll be free of your worries
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But won’t they then call in the police or something if I admit I took them?
As in go to the store and leave them on the shelf you took it from
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why risk a police charge for 35 pounds?
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I wore them once after so they’re not in new condition really hate myself
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As in go to the store and leave them on the shelf you took it from
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I wore them once after so they’re not in new condition really hate myself
Give them to a donation box for shoes
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That’s a really good idea, I think will do that. However I’m still wondering if they’re going to find me or track me down?
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Give them to a donation box for shoes
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I know, I have no idea why I did it. Very stupid
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why risk a police charge for 35 pounds?
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Highly unlikely if they haven't already, take this situation your in as you learning from your mistake though.
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That’s a really good idea, I think will do that. However I’m still wondering if they’re going to find me or track me down?
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I only took them on Thursday so it wasn’t that long ago? I’m worried sick
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Highly unlikely if they haven't already, take this situation your in as you learning from your mistake though.
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Get rid of the evidence :rolleyes:
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I only took them on Thursday so it wasn’t that long ago? I’m worried sick
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Very unlikely someone from a Charity shop will think you’ve stolen those shoes. And it’s not like the shoes have an excellent piece of tracker technology that traces it back to you.

Yeah, it was a bad thing to do, but you’re fine.
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But what if they have evidence I took them somehow? Shall I just dispose of the shoes in whatever way?
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Get rid of the evidence :rolleyes:
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When i wore them after, they made a few shop security alarms go off when I went in or out so I’m worried there’s some sort of thing inside them that tracks location? I had taken everything off them that’s visible
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Very unlikely someone from a Charity shop will think you’ve stolen those shoes. And it’s not like the shoes have an excellent piece of tracker technology that traces it back to you.

Yeah, it was a bad thing to do, but you’re fine.
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You are thinking to deep about it. Im glad you are sorry for your mistake tho
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But what if they have evidence I took them somehow? Shall I just dispose of the shoes in whatever way?
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Yes I should never have done it! But it’s nor like I just walked out and nothing happened.. I made the alarm go off but I kept walking?
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You are thinking to deep about it. Im glad you are sorry for your mistake tho
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(Original post by Lisslol)
I know, I have no idea why I did it. Very stupid
couldn't you afford them or was it for the thrill of it?
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