Best/Worst Areas To Park At A Mall?

Parking at a big mall seems to offer many options: under a roof, out in the open, densely-used areas, sparsely-used areas, and so-forth.
Somebody with a more-stealable-than-most vehicle would want to
pick a place where theft is less likely.
Seems like there has got tb data on this.
Has anybody read anything about which are the better/poorer choices of parking space at the typical mall?
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Pete Cresswell

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says...

People who commit crimes are not the brightest tools in the shed. They don't think about these things.
For example there is a Walmart in my area which has hundreds of cameras in the store and covering the entire outside area. Yet criminals choose that store to commit their crimes - and they always get caught. Then there is a nice video to prosecute them with.
The best thing would be a security system for your vehicle which would take brains to disable (which they do not have). Park in front of a security camera. Place valuables in trunk or out of sight. And get a Lojack system... http://www.lojack.com
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On Sun, 30 Dec 2012 10:01:52 -0800, Bill wrote:

Some are, some aren't. Experienced thieves avoid bright lights and cameras.

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