That’s the way the deliveries worked at the retail store I worked at too. This Lane Bryant didn’t have a stock room and the back door was located in the employee break room. I’m not sure what would have been the standard procedure for deliveries. We know the papers were believable enough for the manager to call another store. This would have been a really bad choice if you wanted to take merch out the back door due to the I80 exit ramp. There are a lot of strip malls with more private backs that would make more sense if this was is motive. It’s just a really weird location because it’s so far back into the mall plus both doors are highly visible.I worked retail for over five years in a strip mall. Our deliveries came in through the back door not the front. There was a buzzer at the back door to announce their arrival. I don't know how LB did it. However, if the killer came in through the front door, it may have been to get them to open the back door. It may not have been just cash he came in for. LB clothing may have been part of his plan. Grabbing clothes off the racks and taking them out the back door wouldn't have taken much time. The clothes could have been sold at flea markets, etc. Or, he could have had a buyer that would take all of them. The 911 call may have cancelled this plan.