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#4 you and everyone who thumbed you up are deluded as hell. I had some break into my apartment (which was behind a Walmart) using a screwdriver to pop the sliding glass door lock. He left the receipt for the screwdriver he had just purchased from said Walmart on my kitchen counter. I went to Walmart and had them print out a full color photo (time and date stamped matching the receipt) of the man leaving the store and gave it to the police within hours of the robbery. Several thousand dollars in

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It's not gonna happen. That simple. The police can, but won't. They're normal people and don't want to chase criminals, just do their job the bare minimum and get paid. Like everyone else.

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#44 if that's ur work ethic it's a sad, sad, sad one... Believe it or not there are people out there who go to work with a mindset of doing a good job!

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Do you have any idea just how much work it'll take to find someone, via their handwriting? Just imagine it out. This isn't csi where you find his handwriting, trace chemicals, zoom in x50,000 with a 200k resolution to find the slight discoloration that tells you the genetic code of the person. This is real life, where it leads to nothing. If they find the guy, they can pin it to him. They can do that via so many other ways too.

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If the police cared enough, perhaps. The sheer volume of home invasions in the US alone would astound you. The cops will not lift a finger to help you, you could have the video footage of him in your apartment and it would do you absolutely no good unless you knew who he was. They aren't going to put his picture on the news, they aren't going to fingerprint anything, they don't have biometric facial recognition software like the media leads you to believe (most casinos/banks/etc don't have that

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Cause banks never steal from people? Don't buy a cheap safe that can be opened with a crowbar/sedaline torch/other portable brute force methods and securely bolt it to the floor/foundation.

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No 17, they don't. Provide me sources of the police spending ANY money/man power on home invasions and prove me wrong. If you happen to find a few instances somewhere on the internet those are most definitely the exception and far from the norm. You could get robbed at gun point and the police won't do anything more than file a report, it would cost them money to assign a detective to follow up and that's not profitable. Everyone in this thread is completely delusional...the cops are a for profi

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Then you live in a fucked up town #42. In my city, they always do something about it. I had someone steal my car a few weeks ago. I found it abandoned on a street a few miles from my house. Guess what! The police did something about it and actually ARRESTED the guy. The cops in my city go out of their way to capture the robber(s) when something worth $1,000+ is stolen.

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