Today's front-page centerpiece story is about credit card "skimmers," illicit devices that thieves can hide in card-reading machines to capture people's private banking information.
The story mentions a local case where a skimmer was traced to a service station on State Line Road. So why doesn't The Star's story name the station?
Here I don't think that's a question that needs to be answered, because the station is the victim of a crime. If the device was found there, it would have been removed, obviously. That isn't stated directly in the story, but maybe it should have been (though the flip side is that it's implicitly obvious).
Naming the station could quite easily have a negative effect on its business, so I agree with not identifying it.