Victim's questions hit close to home

News Jul 19, 2007 Flamborough Review

Well, it's finally happened to us! After reading week after week in these pages about how our community is going to "hell in a handbasket," my family has become victims of senseless crime.

In the early hours of last Saturday, my car was broken into, in my driveway, on James Street, and my son's iPod was stolen. He worked hard all last summer to earn the $400 for that iPod. I have only two questions:

Who is out breaking into cars at three o'clock in the morning?

Where are their parents?

Carie-Anne Czyz

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Victim's questions hit close to home

News Jul 19, 2007 Flamborough Review

Well, it's finally happened to us! After reading week after week in these pages about how our community is going to "hell in a handbasket," my family has become victims of senseless crime.

In the early hours of last Saturday, my car was broken into, in my driveway, on James Street, and my son's iPod was stolen. He worked hard all last summer to earn the $400 for that iPod. I have only two questions:

Who is out breaking into cars at three o'clock in the morning?

Where are their parents?

Carie-Anne Czyz

Waterdown

Victim's questions hit close to home

News Jul 19, 2007 Flamborough Review

Well, it's finally happened to us! After reading week after week in these pages about how our community is going to "hell in a handbasket," my family has become victims of senseless crime.

In the early hours of last Saturday, my car was broken into, in my driveway, on James Street, and my son's iPod was stolen. He worked hard all last summer to earn the $400 for that iPod. I have only two questions:

Who is out breaking into cars at three o'clock in the morning?

Where are their parents?

Carie-Anne Czyz

Waterdown