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Studies show that homes with an electronic security system are roughly two to three times less likely to be burglarized than homes without one, It is said that most burglars are inexperienced and are simply looking for an easy opportunity, but lack the patience to pursue breaking into a home that has deterrents
Retail establishments were the second most frequently burglarized commercial properties (24 percent).
Other A-listers whose homes have been burglarized in the recent months include Nicki Minaj , whose Los Angeles mansion was trashed from the inside and the singer suffered about $200,000 loss in stolen property.
Two vehicles were burglarized in the 28500 block of Deer Springs Drive, Nale said.
Highlights include the following: between 2002 and 2003, the percentage of homes experiencing crimes (about 15 percent) did not change significantly; in 2003, about 3 in 1,000 households included a member victimized by an intimate partner, such as a current or former spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend; and in 2003, about 1 in every 26 homes was either burglarized or had a member aged 12 or older who experienced a violent crime committed by a stranger.
Two months later, Daniel burglarized yet another house, this time beating the 81-year-old man who lived there to death.
Retail stores and single-office buildings are the most likely commercial establishments to be burglarized, according to research done by Temple University's School of Business and Management in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
However, the store had been burglarized with some inventory and approximately $200 cash from the register taken.
The Macys also burglarized the apartments of three tenants in June 2007, placing all of their belongings in trash bags.
They suspect the suspects may have burglarized five other vehicles in the area.
He said he and his brother have both had their vehicles burglarized on the street within the past week.