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brett at cloud9.net
Wed Apr 7 15:42:03 EDT 2004
At 1:31 PM +0100 4/7/04, Alan Pritchard wrote:
> I got off lightly, a guy 2 houses down had his
>lock drilled, when that did not get the thief in, he then must of cut a hole
>under the lock, made a right mess, looks like he used a tin opener!!!!
Someone once broke into my father's car to steal the old Pioneer head
unit. They first tried to pry open the door with a crowbar between
the B-pillar and top of the door; both required a fair amount of
"reconstruction" and repainting. When that failed(gee, I wonder
why), the guy then smashed the small side window.
By the time he was done with the dash, it looked like a disaster
area(crowbar was reapplied); a DIN tool, all of maybe $5 at the local
auto parts store, would have done the job cleanly and easily.
The most amusing part? The car was left unlocked(by accident) that
day, the lock button clearly up for all the world to see. The idiot
didn't even bother to look or try the door handle.
"They that give up essential liberty to obtain temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Ben Franklin
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