Burglary

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Burglary

The act of entering a building unlawfully with the intention of committing a crime, usually but not always theft. Burglary is illegal in nearly every jurisdiction.
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The report on the Global Burglar Alarm Market covers historical market trends, current market dynamics, market valuation by segmentation as well as region, country-level analysis for every segment, key player's market share analysis, competitive landscape and supply chain analysis.
A 68-year-old man from Paphos who woke up early Sunday to find an unknown man in his bedroom, managed to apprehend the burglar with the help of his son, police said.
I am a burglar. Your movie taught me everything I need to know about robbing houses at Christmas.
"Should the unthinkable happen and a burglar gains entry into your home, the first thing they'll tend to do is head upstairs and ransack the bedroom, as many people will keep valuables under the bed, in the belief this is a secure place.
ECHO readers are furious over an advert that sees a Scouse burglar try to break into a southerner's home.
Albany, NY, November 25, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Burglar alarms are considered among the most widely used security devices in today's world.
Cleveland Police has launched a "Bag a Burglar" campaign alongside independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers to help encourage residents to shop suspected burglars and give information about stolen goods.
Not only can burglars see these social media profiles, but the profiles themselves have information that helps a burglar.
When a burglar opened an unlocked window and crept into a Fulton County, Ga., residence, he apparently thought nobody was home.
First the burglar failed to log out of Facebook after checking his profile on the homeowner's computer.