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Shoplifting Fee

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Under NSW law, a shoplifter is a person who steals or attempts to steal goods from a store or shop. Shoplifting is considered a criminal offence, and the penalties can vary depending on the value of the goods stolen and other circumstances of the offence.

The law defines shoplifting as the act of taking goods without paying for them or intending to pay for them, with the intention of permanently depriving the owner of the goods. The act of shoplifting can include taking goods from the store, concealing them, or altering the price of the goods.

If someone is caught shoplifting in NSW, they can be charged with a criminal offence and may face penalties such as a fine, a criminal record, or even imprisonment depending on the severity of the offence.