Source: NorthFulton.com

A better question would be . . .
May 11, 2012 | 06:59 PM

If all of those cameras are trained on innocent shopping customers at Wal Mart, how come the people watching don't send sales associates over to help us when we are obviously searching for that elusive item?? I spent 20 minutes wandering Wal Mart last night looking for a new front door mat. Saw two young men out in the gardening dept. playing around like kids, asked them if they knew where I could find mats and they said they didn't know. So, my question is, are people really behind those cameras or are the cameras just recording for the possibility of a crime? Just asking . . .

Robin
Johns Creek