So I will give you the scenario...I went shopping at a grocery/retail store in Ohio. I put an item in my sweatshirt worth about $30 and also bought groceries. As I was walking out the store, the alarm went off so I was pretty nervous. However, the greeter approached me and asked to look at my receipt and said that she couldn't explain why the alarm went off since it just looked like I bought a bunch of groceries. She wrote down something off my receipt and let me go. I quickly went to my car and left. So I guess my question is that is there anyway they can catch me and convict me of shoplifting through possible video evidence? Do Loss Prevention people often look back at video evidence throughout the day? Could they possibly identify me from the video and be looking for me to return to the store? I would avoid going there, but I work as a vendor and go there 2 days a week. How long does LP search for potential shoplifters? Am I overanalyzing the situation or do I have reason to be nervous? Any help/input is greatly appreciated.