"We work hard. we work a lot of hours all the time, and it's frustrating. There's so many good people, it makes us start questioning the people that come in. Is that guy, is he stealing? And we almost get paranoid, and we decided we were not going to live that way. We were going to do something about it."
Henkle says this is the first time in more than 20 years that she has felt the need to take such drastic action against thieves.