My home insurance has a $500 deductable. So if $400 is stolen from me, would insurance pay?
I never claimed any of my three break-ins and stolen stuff: cd player, digital still camera, recumbent bike, as I was afraid they wouldn't be worth that much and/or they would cancel my insurance. This was quite a while ago and haven't had any break-ins for years now.
. I just noticed last night that he took a jar full of coins. I know the value is $115.00
I don't how far the police want to pursue this but I noticed that he used my debit card (for $518) four times at 2 spots within walking distance of each other in Brockton. One has to have security cameras as it is a gas station. The other is a shoe store. I'll bet they have a very nice picture of him purchasing items.
Here's good one for you. He spent $240 at the gas station. I doubt he has wheels. What does a gas station have worth $240? .
Gift certificates? If it was a Hess station, maybe he bought those race cars that people buy for Christmas gifts.
Brockton! OMG! That's a city where you need to keep all your car doors locked while passing through. I used to work with a woman who lived there years ago. She said that when people broke into houses there, they stole food from the refrigerators and that they would steal clothes off the clotheslines.
She put a built-in pool in her backyard, but she couldn't enjoy it because so many children were looking out of the windows of the tenement apartments all around her as she was floating in her pool, while they were suffering in high heat and humidity with no air conditioning.
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