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Don't hunt for antiques or collectibles by breaking into an abandoned house or other building without permission from the owner. Often the house or building belongs to a bank, mortgage company, or an absent owner. There have been cases where the local police have arrested intruders or even wounded them.

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#2 suetbandit 2012-10-25 10:01
Of course it's burglary! Anyone with any common sense and a smidgen of morals shouldn't have to be warned. This really struck a cord with me. I own an old abandoned family house which has been broken into 3 times in the past year. The next intruder is in for a real surprise...he he he!!!!
#1 Tertius 2012-10-25 09:05
How can anybody possibly think that this is not burglary?

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