A new report shows that the recession has triggered a jump in shoplifting. CNN characterizes this as a "shocking" development, but it's not surprising given the economic climate. Some of the most frequently stolen items include perfume and cosmetics, cell phones and iPods for resale. What may be more surprising is the effect this has at the household spending level: store theft may be costing your family on average of $435 a year. Click on the video link to learn more.