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We live in a world where crime against dwellings and people is increasing day by day according to statistics collated by Police Forces and Insurance Companies
Broadly speaking, a person commits burglary if they enter any building or part of a building as a trespasser and, having done so, steal or attempt to steal anything. “Other household theft” is a category that relates to instances where theft occurred immediately outside a dwelling, or within a dwelling but where the perpetrator had the right to be there.
- Approximately two-fifths of domestic burglaries in dwellings take place during the morning or afternoon (6am to 6pm) and three-fifths take place during the evening or night (6pm to 6am)
- In over half of incidents of domestic burglary in a dwelling where an offender gained entry into the dwelling, someone was at home at the time
- In the majority of years, it was almost equally likely in incidents of domestic burglary in a dwelling that the offender(s) was a stranger or known1by the victim
- Eighty-six per cent of thieves do all they can to avoid bumping into the occupant, with three-quarters abandoning a robbery attempt altogether because they had heard someone in the house or returning home.
- Night-time burglars – termed “creepers” – admit they would hide to avoid discovery.
The thieves also wear cheap trainers which they can dispose of after their crimes, always wear gloves or socks on their hands to avoid leaving fingerprints and don a hat to disguise themselves.
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