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    Burglary in my bungalow!

    God, sometimes it is hard to be alone. I went out last night at 8 p.m and came back at eleven. I had left the lights on, my bungalow is a corner one and beside a dark garden which is fenced off. As soon as I had opened the gate and walked to the terrace I saw a lot of dirt on the tiles. I then saw that one of the terrace doors was slightly open and peeped inside (lights on) and saw that my computer was no longer on the table. I went directly outside the gate and called 112. They came and what a show Well, I am not going into that. I spent most of the night giving a report with the assistance of my invaluable Spanish teacher who came in the middle of the night to help. I walked around after I came home, finally got some sleep at 8 this morning.
    Now I have booked in RIU in Meloneras for the night!!! Hope to get some sleep.
    Can anyone lend me a dog????? What can I do in a situation like that? Made a contract until May.
    No telephone, camera, computer, etc. etc. but the left the printer ... for later???
    Hope this is not a common situation. I wonder if I can get some security for tomorrow (Sunday) and whether I can then "move it with me to my new home in May?

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    sorry to be reading this. Hopefully someone will be able to help you out.

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    alarm system fitted???

    Sorry to here about this Eyja, but didn't you have a securty system fitted to your premises?

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    So sorry to hear your news. You must be feeling sick.

    :banana:

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    Also sorry to hear about this. Did you have insurance? I know it doesn't help replace everything but if on ground level obviously essential to have. Also if your lights were on and done in such a short time, probably done with the help of a neighbour.....

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    :unsure: That is terrible! It is very hard to feel safe when something like this happens. I really hope it will all work out for you:grouphug:

    Big hug form BlonDane
    :grouphug:Love, Chris




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    That is really bad news , hope you get all the help you want.

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    hi
    sorry to hear of this i can't imagine how your feeling just now but try and keep your chin up and don't let the rats who did this win
    karen

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    You poor thing. Yo did all you could - light on etc. Someone must have been tipped off - contact your insurers and put it down to a horrible experience
    Mary
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    "made a contract till May".So, I assume you are renting. Any decent Landlord will allow you to terminate contract without penalty. So, if you fell unsafe, get somewhere else. Just one point - was it forced entry ? or did the thieves just lift and slide the door open ? If it was the latter, then you can easily argue that the property wasn't in a fit state for habitation. Get the landlord around to put proper locks on everything. IMHO, J.

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