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Account to police.

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Account to police I arrived back at my home at 12.00pm after a demanding day at work. My mind was far too active to go straight too bed and I had some immensely important business documents to finish off. I put on the radio to listen to the news and then I had a look in the fridge for some midnight comfort food. Everything seemed so quiet now that the neighbours have gone on holiday I even miss their screaming kids. Suddenly I heard a bang from next door and I thought 'That's funny their not due back until next week perhaps they had a bad holiday'. Then I heard shuffling and whispering and at this point I thought something seriously strange was going on. I grabbed my torch and my fleece and slowly sneaked over to next door, I shone my torch through the window and I saw another patch of light just like the light coming from my torch on the opposite side of the room. ...read more.


I replied 'This is serious the Wilson's (my next door neighbours) are being burgled. Steve (The local police officer) immediately rushed downstairs before I could say another word and stormed out of the door and stated 'Why haven't you called the police? I replied 'It makes more sense coming to you because your local and I bet the rest of your team would take forever to get here. The Steve said 'Lets get over there before it is too late. If they've got any common sense they would have left long ago. We hurried as fast as we can and as we approached the house it was perfectly clear they were still there because there is a black van there, which I could vaguely see before from the back garden window because the blinds on the opposite window were not completely shut. Steve thought it would be a good idea to go into my semi-detached house and listen through the thin walls to see if we could pick up any voices, which we did, they were on about stealing the Wilson's fancy wide screen television. ...read more.


Then suddenly the door opened and out came what looked too be two small men, but as they got a bit closer we had our suspicions and thought that it could be kids. We jumped out on them anywhere and took their masks off and we found it was too 14-year-old lads. We were immensely surprised because these kids were not old enough to drive a van or any other vehicle. They stated 'The van has nothing to do with us, we were just passing and we thought it this looks like a nice house and decided to see if we could break in and steal some of the goods. I went home and retired to bed after a rather eventful day and Steve decided to drive these kids in to the police station so that they could make a statement and to contact their parents. I was rather surprised that they admitted to breaking in but then it occurred to me that we must have scared the living day lights out of them jumping out like that, so they thought they had no other choice. ...read more.

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