Victim Cautions Residents After Break-In

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Dickenson Bay resident Neil Kneeling is calling on residents to be extra careful after a break-in at his home on Sunday.

In a voice note, that man said that his home located opposite Sandals Antigua, was broken into on at about 2:30 pm.

He said that the intruders gained entry by breaking out a window and ransacked his house.

He believes the perpetrators were in search of hard cash, since they did notelectronic items.

Kneeling asks residents to be vigilant and on their guard, since – as he puts it – we are now economically deprived. He says no one may be safe from these persons who are in need of money.

The man says his property is guarded by six dogs, but they did not seem to be a deterrent to the thieves.

The Crime Antigua/Barbuda group has reported an uptake in break-ins in the northern part of the island. There were two reported break-ins in Blue Waters area in last week, one Saturday night, and on Sunday afternoon in Paradise View.

 

 

 

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9 COMMENTS

  1. @ chubblesum lol lol lol haffi be maybe when they see the thief they mussa just growl and go back and eat 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  2. The dogs don’t react because it’s people they know. Observe how quiet they are when the gardeners are around.

  3. I so agree Observation. Dogs don’t necessarily bark at or chase who they know. Dogs have a different bark for strangers and for owners or familiar people……..

  4. Check with the Commissioner of Police.According to him crime is down this year so far.Commissioner tell that to those whose homes have been broken into.Note to the Neil Kneeling.If your yard is properly fenced.Do not tie your dogs.Let them run freely in your fenced yard.So they could attack those suckers and eat them for their lunches.

  5. Does anybody else notice that when we have a surge of Jamaican and DR immigration in Antigua (CARICOM rules) we get a major uptick in crime? I wonder when a new political party will protect Antigua CITIZENS.

  6. Experts know how to deal with dogs. Sometimes even poison them. I don’t feel that dogs are a good defence. I recommend tighter security like locks or cameras. You can also get an App for your phone. Also, a neighbourhood watch can be useful.

  7. What I would suggest to you.Get a company to installed a security system with outdoor cameras.Then get the app.to see the property on your phone when at home or away.I think it would help you rest easier.They also sell perimeter sensors.Just an idea.When I visit Antigua.I could watch my property on my phone 2600 miles away.

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