I'm in a local mom and pop pizza joint/party store last week waiting for my order when an employee walks in, goes behind the counter, grabs a pack of smokes, and goes into the kitchen area. It took me a second to notice the store name and logo on the back of his red hoodie so for a split second I thought he was some guy lifting a pack of cigarettes. This made me stop and think, at what point do you as a responsible concealed carrier stop blending and do something that would draw attention to yourself. Do you step in to stop something "minor" like shoplifting just because it might result in a conflict? I understand avoiding conflict, or de-escalating if conflict does occur, but where do we draw the line? At what point do you feel that avoiding conflict takes a backseat to doing the right thing? Just a thought that has been bouncing around in my head and I'm curious what others think.