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Comments for: Old Town-Milford car burglary spree involves break-ins, stolen cash

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  • Anonymous

    How about a “bait” car with a bear trap in it?

  • I really feel bad for these people, and I live right up the road, so it does worry me, but that, my friends, is why we can’t leave valuables unattended in our cars, ESPECIALLY overnight. Tough lesson to learn :- However, for insurance to cover break-ins/theft (assuming one has full coverage), don’t doors have to be locked? Or am I making that up?

    • County Escapee

      Insurance asks if it was locked and who locked it, and they don’t cover contents (Homeowner’s ins. does that) or non-factory accessories unless documented with them.

  • Anonymous

    A “glass – shattering device” , huh? Pretty high – tech.

    • Rocky4

      Every fire dept. has them. Probably some junior firefighter got his hands
      on one & wanted to give it a try. ;+)

  • Anonymous

    If your Iphone was taken hit use Icloud and track my Iphone. Whoever took it won’t be able to activate it.

  • Rocky4

    Why would you leave, wallets, cash, purses, credit cards, and ID
    in your car? WTF AILS YOU? Sorry, no sympathy here.

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