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Shoppers who make themselves targets for thieves

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SANTEE (CBS 8) - Authorities in San Diego are stepping up patrols to keep shoppers safe during the holidays. But there are things you can do to protect yourself while you're out buying gifts.

In this News 8 CrimeFighters Alert video, Jeff Zevely has more on what you can do to avoid being a target for thieves.

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