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Jonny Burch

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I hate reading about these things, sorry to hear jonny. A mate got done night before last, went in trhough asbestos roof, hopefully they got ine of those asbestos hooks in their throat.

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I hate reading about these things, sorry to hear jonny. A mate got done night before last, went in trhough asbestos roof, hopefully they got ine of those asbestos hooks in their throat.

That's exactly how they tried robbing me. Luckily I had enough alarms and locks inside the garage that they got nothing

 

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Looks like I had visitors again last night!! Bins were moved and looks like someone had a good rummage through them. I can only assume they were looking for details from insurance company/ packaging.

 

Alarm etc in place but what else can you do!

 

Speaking to others it seems like there's a lot of "activity" in this area

 

 

 

 

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Yes be careful Jonny they may be back first time they broke in to our yard they took all the saws but left the hedge cutters and blowers, they came back within 3 months but we stopped keeping saws there, they pulled open every truck every lock box every unit ransacked the office, that time they took the hedge cutters and blowers.

 

It took us 3 years before we decided to keep the saws in our yard again in safes we built a ourselves 3 months later they broke in ram raiding our roller shutters and ripped off the door to the site safe by tying them to a truck, the safe with the hedge cutters/blowers held so they gave up and made off with the saws.

 

We know they will be back so are keeping the saws off site again till we re appraise our security solution.

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Time the uk looked into some Saudi type justice.

 

 

I totally agree with this. If the system was tough it would serve as a deterrent.

 

Criminals can ruin the lives of others by their selfish actions. Therefore, justice should ruin the life of the criminal. That would serve as a deterrent to others.

 

I know some think that is too severe, however, I don't care. I've seen the emotional carnage that crime creates.

 

 

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I totally agree with this. If the system was tough it would serve as a deterrent.

 

Criminals can ruin the lives of others by their selfish actions. Therefore, justice should ruin the life of the criminal. That would serve as a deterrent to others.

 

I know some think that is too severe, however, I don't care. I've seen the emotional carnage that crime creates.

 

 

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not @ all sooner the better , nowt wrong wi a public flogging :biggrin:

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I know some think that is too severe, however, I don't care. I've seen the emotional carnage that crime creates.

 

 

I don't think it too severe at all.

The lefty tw@t5 that bleat on about human rights make my blood boil!

These criminals should forfeit all human rights, including the right to live if caught.

 

 

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A few years ago I lost the lot, Tools and Chipper. The insurance company at the time wriggled their way out of it. It's taken a lot to get to where I am now, physically and mentally. To have nearly everything taken away again has been soul destroying, and then to have another "visit" has sent my anxiety levels over the edge. I'm pretty sure anyone who's been at work with me this week has noticed how snappy I've been! It's also made its way into my home life with both my girlfriend and daughter witnessing me being rather "short" where as I'm normally quite calm. Why the authorities concerned don't up the punishment for the people committing these crimes is beyond me!! To some it might be just a few chainsaws and other petrol tools but to me and all those I know in this business it's mine and their livelihoods that are constantly becoming more and more stressful.

 

Chop the thieving B*stards hands off as far as I'm concerned

 

 

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It's rife at the moment, We had an attempted brake in on Thursday night/Friday morning, broke sensors on security lights and started striping of the cladding on the side of the workshop but failed to get in. We are based in Witley near Godalming.

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