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rob

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commit a burglary

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The most commonly burgled street since 2016 is Bangor High Street, which has seen properties burgled on 93 separate occasions.
"That's why you took the keys to his address and burgled it.
He also burgled the home of a neighbour on the same street.
A new front door had been fitted when the flat was burgled four weeks ago - but that's been damaged in the latest burglary.
Let's hope that this judge feels the same if his home is burgled.
"People sometimes say it is not a violent crime, but actually if you have been burgled, you do feel it was violence." Cameron said "I have a very clear view about this, which is burglary is a despicable and hateful crime.
Officers are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen two men acting suspiciously at around 3pm near to the house that was burgled.
Summary: Shadow defence secretary Liam Fox described the "not a very nice feeling" of being burgled while he was at home.
At first, my heart sank, as I assumed the school had been burgled - perhaps by the same scumbag who twice broke into my home within a six-month period.
Fazal Khan, 33, who also lives close by, said: "Police told my wife the house had been burgled. We have been burgled as well in the last month, so that's two burglaries in three or four weeks."
LITTLE Britain star David Walliams was burgled as he helped raise cash for Sport Relief yesterday.
Liverpool stars Pepe Reina, Daniel Agger and Peter Crouch have also been burgled while playing for the club in Europe recently.
We burgled someone's house and, as a result, a man died.
A CRIME-hit couple fear they could be forced to move out of their home for a second time -because they cannot get insurance after being burgled TEN times.
A Home Office study has found that two years after a burglary, elderly victims are more than twice as likely to be dead or in residential care than pensioners who have not been burgled.