They don’t seem to be robbing banks like the Barrows did in the 1930’s, but they do have interests in department stores, bricks and mortar retailers, supply chain delays, luxury outlets, everything that’s smash-and-grab possible. The mobs occasionally number from a handful of participants to as many as eighty. And they’re doing grab-and-go work from big cities to the suburbs. The bottom line, according to Toronto’s Globe and Mail, is this BELOW . . . . “Flash Mob robbers see the stars aligning around a golden opportunity – fewer police, with less power, and laws so lax they can expect slaps on the wrist if they’re caught.” Too bad that Christmas will soon be here.