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Stop Theft

Over the last several months, Liquor Marts have seen an increasing number of thefts in our Winnipeg locations. We know this is concerning and frustrating to our customers. It is concerning and frustrating to us as well. We take these thefts very seriously.

This problem is not unique to Liquor Marts. Retailers across the province are also experiencing increases in thefts and robberies.

The safety and security of our employees and customers is, and will remain, our number one priority. We will not risk anyone being seriously hurt over a bottle of spirits.

We have focused our efforts on security measures that protect our staff and customers and help catch thieves. These include:

  • State-of-the-art surveillance system
  • Security guards assigned to observing, detecting and deterring theft
  • Working closely with the Winnipeg Police Service (WPS) to identify suspects using in-house technologies and intelligence
  • Use of WPS Special Constables at various Liquor Mart locations
  • Bag and photo ID checks upon entering the store
  • Safeguard measures for products most targeted by thieves
  • Security barriers at some Liquor Mart locations
  • Non-violent crisis intervention staff training that is standard at retailers across country

Steal and You Will Get Caught

In cooperation with the Winnipeg Police Service, we continue to focus on apprehending the most egregious offenders. 

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Arrests

The enhanced security measures introduced at Manitoba Liquor Marts in spring 2019 have led to a 20% increase in the number of arrests made by the Winnipeg Police Service and a 55% reduction in shrinkage (cost to Liquor Marts due to bottle theft). Read more about the enhanced security measures being introduced and the early results of our efforts.

The following individuals have been arrested and charged for criminal offenses occurring at Liquor Mart stores

Last Name First Name Middle Name Age
DUCHARME Devon Murray 34
CHARTRAND Franco   29
WARD Lowell Whitman 53
KANABEE Josephine   28
MOODY Felicia   24
DESJARLAIS Arthur   38
FLETT Ashley Mary 30
BIRD Francis   43
BAPTISTE Dennis   33
ESQUASH Cheyenne Lynn 32
WOOD William   29
CHUBB Lloyd William 33
AUDY Aaron Dakotah 22
MERCURY Jayden   19
MONIAS Dawn Crystal 36
SPENCER Lance Travis 29
HARPER Josephine Georgina 31
WOOD Preston Lee 26
HARRISON Peter   63
FRANKLIN Harvey Thomas 24
NELSON Tiffany Sally 35
ESQUASH Christopher   39
MURDOCK Kyle Ralph 34
MCDONALD Michael   31
SWAMPY Mathew James 19
LAMINI Marilyn   40
EISCHEN Leanne Beatrice 37
ROULETTE-LINKLATER John   26
BEAR Anthony   26
MAYTWAYASHING Sheldon   42
CLARKE Clifton   38
ANISHINABIE Noah Jerry 40
REDHEAD Michael Mander 28
OWEN Samson   24
MCDOUGALL Marita Lynn 36
JEWELS James   29
GEORGE Raven William 21
LINKLATER Brandon Lee 26
THOMAS Keewaytin   20
LANGLOIS Dustin   42
FLETT-BEARDY Vanna Darlene 34
KENT Daphine   43
SINCLAIR Raeanna Madeline 27
FONTAINE Nolin James 27
MYERION Derek Wayne 34
KNOTT Dylan   27
WESLEY Jason Ernest 31
WALKER Heather   26
GUIBOCHE Christopher Dennis 35
DUCHARME Ronald   55


Frequently Asked Questions


Manitoba Liquor Mart processes more than 11 million transactions annually. With this number of transactions, the Consumers Distributing model is not feasible, especially at peak times of days and at holidays. Also, our research shows consumers want to look at and touch the product while they make their purchase decisions. And with customer satisfaction levels of 94%, it’s clear that Liquor Mart customers enjoy their current shopping experience. We anticipate the additional security measures we’re putting in place will help to deter would-be thieves.

 

 


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If you have information that could lead to an arrest, please contact Crime Stoppers.

 

 

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