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pasword

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pasword says:

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These 5 scum bags tried and failed to get my bike last friday morning it cos me £200 exess for a new door i cant wait to meet them.The video is my cctv just scroll to around 18 mins and watch the pricks at work .Go to youtube and type darfield fail     enjoy

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fogie

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fogie says:

scumbags

A baseball bat with rusty nails in it would sort shits like them. Or better still, a bullet to the roof of the mouth.

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oscarthegrouch

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How much was

the camera looks like a good investment ...... wire the garage door up to the mains or have a lookm at this tripwire

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norris

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norris says:

You can

Only do so much. You were lucky, as they generally don't have much trouble getting in garage doors.
I was a keyholder for 15 years or so at my last company. We tried everything to keep them out, grills on windows, which they cut off, bollards round the doors which they rammed off, ended up bricking up most of the windows, then they just came in through the roof.
Company eventually moved out of the area, taking a lot of jobs with it.

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hawk750

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hawk750 says:

Pasword

Anything I could help ya with, I do a nice line in bike security :wink:

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

hawk

better be careful with that lighting set.

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pasword

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pasword says:

cctv

Cheers everyone the garage door was only 2 months old it was a roller shutter, a new one is fitted now. I have an idea where they are from and me and a few mates will be visiting very soon 

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

We use trip wires an blank shotgun shells

Gave Mr B a hell of a shock when he accidently set one off himself.

Strong drink and tripwires are guaranteed to have your friends rolling on the floor, crying with laughter every time.

Not sure if it has the same effect on thieves as the dog is always on duty.

The one time things were stolen the cunning little shits removed the planks from the back of the shed. Everything looked fine from the house. It was only when we opened the door we found out what had happened.

It won't be happening again.

 

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hawk750

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hawk750 says:

philehidiot

Bit late telling me now, keep banging me head on the matching chandelier above them :mad:

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James600zx

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James600zx says:

Ltl Acorn 6210MGX.

This camera is worth considering:

Ltl Acorn 6210MGX

It is triggered by movement and will work at night using built-in, invisible infra-red illumination, recording video and images. Best of all, it will send an image to your mobile phone or email.

The cameras have had their problems and I'm waiting for a replacement from the next, updated issue, but I reckon they're pretty good all the same.

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