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Theft, Robery and Burglary

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    Posted: 04/February/2018 at 03:28
Seems to some confusion with some posters about this.

Robbery is theft associated with violence however there are street robberies and then those from a retail premises where threats occur. Theft could be widely interpreted, as theft from another person, theft from your employer, theft from your front lawn and then there are burglaries where a break in or break out is required.

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