I have seen 2 guys since one month ago. they were going from one building to another building. I guess they were trying to steal something. maybe a break in!
they have asked me to open the door for them for 2 times because they said we do not have the key. I opened the door for them 1st time. What a SILLY job I did. but they are stupid and they didnt find that I am the same person that they are asking.
again they saw me and told me please open the door coz we are coming from luandry room and we forgot the key !! I said I connot ! I thought if they went to luandry how they dont have the key? without the key it is impossible to enter the laundry. !!
and finally I caught them in their car while chasing ! and I wrote the Car Number , unfortunately I did not have camera but I have all information about them now.
and I am going to tell it to SSSB or Police station because I am really suspicious of it.
For everybody who is leaving or arriving and park their car at the downer bigger parking lot beneath Lappis:
The fully loaded car of my friend with German plates was BROKEN OPEN yesterday or today and everything valuable (and also non-valuable stuff) STOLEN. He let the car stand there for only one day and found it empty today with the lock destroyed!
In your own interest.. don't give those bastards a chance and do not leave valuable stuff in the car or park it at a safer place.
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