Burglary Incidents Invade Michigan Missouri and Texas
Burglaries are on a roll in Fenton, Michigan. This is not pleasant news for sure. But, what is far more disappointing is that business and home security system in place did not fulfill the duties. In separate thieving incidents, the only one that quite served its purpose is a security camera that caught the images of two acid bombers in Cypress, Texas. “I was sound asleep and heard what sounded like a gunshot,” said Becky Bentley, whose home was attacked. “I looked out on the porch and didn’t see anything,” said Bentley. “I walked over to another window and looked out and at that point, it blew up right in front of me.” “Sometimes, people hear something and open their front door, and it blows up right in their face,” said Bentley. “Yeah, it’s a really dangerous thing to be doing.” According to the report, acid bombers targeted the same house twice–first in December and the latest was last January 3rd. Investigators are still identifying the suspects and have offered $5,000 reward for those who can provide them with information on the whereabouts of the suspects. In Fenton, Michigan, a coin burglar was able to foil security cameras and deleted images of him breaking into a Romain Creek Road House. The report noted that stolen items include $7 in miscellaneous coins and $40-$50 in U.S. quarters. The total value of the stolen items counting damage to the front door was set at $157. Within the same county, a man accused one of his guests sometime between April and May to have stolen valuable items from his home amounting to $5,210. Valuables stolen include eight DVDs, A Columbia fleece jacket, perfume, clothes, a Canon battery charger, a black purse, a diamond necklace, a 14K gold Italian diamond cut rope chain a 14K diamond gut gold nugget, a yellow gold gent’s nugget ring with three diamonds. The police are still investigating the matter. Two store break-ins were caught in video in High Ridge, Missouri. The first stealing episode happened a day before Christmas where two people entered Walmart and bagged items such as Prilosec X15, napkins, paper towels, diapers, infant water, and men’s and women’s razor cartridges. The stolen items are valued at $818.63. The second incident took place on December 30 where three men were seen loading two televisions in shopping carts. The burglars left the store without paying them. They left the crime scene using a light-colored Buick that carried Illinois license plates.
Times are tough and unsafe. People should be more cautious and picky with their home security systems provider. After all, they are paying for these products and services. It is all but apt for them to get the value of their money.