Pritzker Signs Bill To Crack Down On Coordinated Retail Theft

Illinois is working on cracking down on a nationwide rise in coordinated retail thefts. Governor Pritzker sign legislation that enforces the new crime of Organized Retail Theft. Those who violate the crime by knowingly engaging with others in a theft valued at 300-dollars or more would be guilty of a Class 3 felony. Those who engage in retail theft from one or more establishments would be guilty of a Class 2 felony.