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Old 02-12-2014, 11:07 AM   #57
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DO NOT expect help from the police. My daughter had her credit card stolen. She reported it to the police and nothing happened. My daughter is a paralegal/office manager/licensed private Investigator. She went to Walmart and asked to see the tapes of the transaction.
The stupid girl had signed Stacey instead of Stacy to the charge slips. This was good because it made Walmart liable. They had not checked the charge card. My daughter made a picture of the girl and next went to the Shell station. As soon as she showed the picture to the manager, he said, I have her name and address, she applied for a job here. My daughter took the information to the detective in charge of the case. She gave him all the details. This case was locked up and handed to him with a bow around it. He was still too lazy to do anything. Nothing was ever done about it.
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Old 02-12-2014, 12:53 PM   #58
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I think the crook would simply look for another RV to break in to.... Why should he work so hard when 99.99% DO NOT have extra security ?
This is my hope... Of course I will never have the data on how many thefts I have prevented.
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Old 02-13-2014, 06:34 AM   #59
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DO NOT expect help from the police. My daughter had her credit card stolen. She reported it to the police and nothing happened. My daughter is a paralegal/office manager/licensed private Investigator. She went to Walmart and asked to see the tapes of the transaction.
The stupid girl had signed Stacey instead of Stacy to the charge slips. This was good because it made Walmart liable. They had not checked the charge card. My daughter made a picture of the girl and next went to the Shell station. As soon as she showed the picture to the manager, he said, I have her name and address, she applied for a job here. My daughter took the information to the detective in charge of the case. She gave him all the details. This case was locked up and handed to him with a bow around it. He was still too lazy to do anything. Nothing was ever done about it.
Watched 3 women run out of a Target store with a baby in a cart loaded with electronic. They ran to a car and tossed the baby in the seat, threw all the stuff in and as they were doing this, the store security was running after them hollering to stop. I stood there watching all this and the {lady} yelled at me to get the #$%&* out of there way or she would whip my #$*^&. I got the liscense no. and gave it to security. Next day we went back to finish shopping and I asked the store manager if they had caught them. His reply was "the car was probably stolen and to investigate would cost more in time than the lost value of the items stolen". Do you think that I am going to, as an adult purchases these same items or any other items legally, give info anymore if I notice a theft taking place. Don't really know, but would have a hard time with my conscience if I didn't.
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DO NOT expect help from the police. My daughter had her credit card stolen. She reported it to the police and nothing happened. My daughter is a paralegal/office manager/licensed private Investigator. She went to Walmart and asked to see the tapes of the transaction.
The stupid girl had signed Stacey instead of Stacy to the charge slips. This was good because it made Walmart liable. They had not checked the charge card. My daughter made a picture of the girl and next went to the Shell station. As soon as she showed the picture to the manager, he said, I have her name and address, she applied for a job here. My daughter took the information to the detective in charge of the case. She gave him all the details. This case was locked up and handed to him with a bow around it. He was still too lazy to do anything. Nothing was ever done about it.
Depends upon the PD your dealing with. My S and B got burglarized, the cops spent half a day, photos, prints, interviewing neighbors etc. Got some of my stuff back and guy got prison time.
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That's terrible! I hate thieves and I'm sorry you had your things stolen. We have debated putting surveillance cameras in our camper. Mainly to see what our belgian mal does while we are gone, but should someone ever break in, they would be face to face with a 100lb retired patrol dog that can sense bad behavior. And we would get to watch it on our smart phones. Haha.

I hope they catch the turd that took your stuff!! How rude!!
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