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Did the Burglars break into the properties concerned, or were doors left open so they gained easy entry/

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That reminds me, I saw this on burglarys on the island

http://www.iomtoday.co.im/news/isle-of-man-news/bungling-burglar-leaves-beer-bottle-and-evidence-behind-1-7121917

 

"We were in court to hear a number of cases, including one in which a bungling burglar left a beer bottle - and evidence - behind." Corker!

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Wonder if the recent spate of burglaries in Ireland will now stop?

The recent spate of burglaries won't stop in Ireland, as Ireland has cities towns and villages with a lot more people, where this type of crime happens on a daily basis, the border area of Ireland has been a hot spot for burglaries robbery and smuggling for generations! Because someone posted a link from the derry daily indicating a similar crime spree on the iom break ins page doesn't mean there linked

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Wonder if the recent spate of burglaries in Ireland will now stop?

The recent spate of burglaries won't stop in Ireland, as Ireland has cities towns and villages with a lot more people, where this type of crime happens on a daily basis, the border area of Ireland has been a hot spot for burglaries robbery and smuggling for generations! Because someone posted a link from the derry daily indicating a similar crime spree on the iom break ins page doesn't mean there linked

Shock. Burglaries on the increase as economies turn down.

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Wonder if the recent spate of burglaries in Ireland will now stop?

The recent spate of burglaries won't stop in Ireland, as Ireland has cities towns and villages with a lot more people, where this type of crime happens on a daily basis, the border area of Ireland has been a hot spot for burglaries robbery and smuggling for generations! Because someone posted a link from the derry daily indicating a similar crime spree on the iom break ins page doesn't mean there linked

Shock. Burglaries on the increase as economies turn down.

Yeah, and in bankers nicking money off their own banks reading the Examiner today!

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Wonder if the recent spate of burglaries in Ireland will now stop?

The recent spate of burglaries won't stop in Ireland, as Ireland has cities towns and villages with a lot more people, where this type of crime happens on a daily basis, the border area of Ireland has been a hot spot for burglaries robbery and smuggling for generations! Because someone posted a link from the derry daily indicating a similar crime spree on the iom break ins page doesn't mean there linked
Shock. Burglaries on the increase as economies turn down.
Yeah, and in bankers nicking money off their own banks reading the Examiner today!

Bankers have always stolen from the great unwashed. Nothing new.

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Did the Burglars break into the properties concerned, or were doors left open so they gained easy entry/

 

Are you trying to ascertain if they are linked ? If not whats the relevance ?

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Maybe they've never been away.

Pretty sure they haven't. Just been waiting for the dust to settle a bit.

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They seem to know their way around this rock, maybe they know someone working for an insurance firm and get inside info whatever.gif

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They'll get caught eventually. They're pushing the odds now, getting cocky. Someone will take one hell of beating when that time comes as the police seem pretty impotent at the minute. The consequence is a vigilante mentality.

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