Correction: Yes it was another local gunshop that made the remark about cotton candy. But the thrust remains the same: they weren't selling cotton candy.
What would have me think that this was not a first class facility security-wise? How exactly did a truck manage to get that close to bust through. If you have a look at most liquor stores or big box electronic stores etc, they have concrete posts in place (or more) to keep the riff-raff from ramming through front windows/grills with vehicles.
These days -- or actually the last decades -- that's commonsense security.
"locks are for your you friends" my dad always said, " if someone wants in bad enough, they will smash thier way in"
Wow. I just read the news. I really hope that they find out who did it. And I agree with OldWays....a list would be useful.
Last edited by patrickp200; 10-12-2012 at 02:55 PM.
You have no idea what you're talking about. Thieves break in. There is no such thing as "impenetrable".
It is the Soldier: Not the minister Who gave us freedom of religion. Not the reporter Who gave us freedom of the press. Not the poet Who gave us freedom of speech Not the campus organizer Who gave us freedom to protest Not the lawyer Who gave us the right to a fair trial Not the politician Who gave us the right to vote It is the soldier who salutes the flag,Who serves beneath the flag, Whose coffin is draped by the flag, Who allows protestors to burn the flag Adapted fromCharles M. Province
Did they not have surveillance footage of the break-in?