This case takes place in Pennsylvania and involves a shipping company that had hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of goods stolen from a warehouse that the company was leasing to store priceless memorabilia and other pieces of antique artwork before auction. The plaintiff stored their goods in several warehouses- one of which the defendant owned and stored items in. The defendant worked with several other companies to provide warehousing services, and as a consequence allowed 24-hour access to its facilities to approximately 30-40 people, all of whom possessed keys to the warehouse facility. Over a period of several months, a group of these individuals conspired to steal the plaintiff’s goods from the warehouse at regular intervals, at which point they would sell the items online. Eventually, their actions were uncovered by an investigative spyware operation. As a result of this theft, the plaintiff company sustained thousands of dollars of losses, and experienced delays in fulfilling customer orders. It is alleged that the warehouse was not properly secured and did not have the security personnel or staff to provide proper safe keeping of plaintiffs goods.