Imagine attending a funeral of a loved one only to return to that person's house to find it had been broken into and robbed. An elderly Niskayuna woman, who recently passed away, had her house violated by despicable thieves who walked into her home during broad daylight stealing valuables while grieving family and friends paid their respects.
There will be instant shame on the Mom from the public when I say that she left her 2-year old in the car while she ran into the store quick. Sure, it may have been a common occurrence when I was growing up in the 80's, but these days? It's a big no-no.
I've always thought it was a little sketchy to just have the post office deliver a package to home and just leave that item on a porch, or even in the mail box. Sure, it's illegal to take someones mail and open it, but what is really stopping anyone? Not much.
You read that correctly - the cure for cancer was stolen. Problem is the person who has stolen the cure doesn’t even know they have stolen it as it’s on a laptop that has gone missing from a locked vehicle. Wait - a cure for cancer?
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