No. If you feel your rights have been violated and were discriminated against as to the theft you should contact a civil rights attorney.
You can. I assume corporate would want their loss prevention officers to err on the side of caution, but it certainly doesn't hurt to lodge your complaint. You can also explore the possibility of a civil suit with a civil litigation attorney, but it doesn't sound like you have any damages to claim.
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