I grab the frame from a break in the fifth bill this week.
As far as hating to recognize it, Randy Fitzpatrick says there is a little disturbing admiration for the "baking utensil" that this week entered the basement of the bitter Billy Bill.
"There's no doubt about that, the boy knew what he was doing," Fitzpatrick, owner of Petit Bill, said in a telephone interview on Wednesday. "He took out Brix's work to enter the freezers."
Shortly after midnight Monday, the thief gained access to the neighboring basement, where he skillfully cut him in the basement of Petit Bill, where the quality of frozen meat and cheese is preserved.
"He is happy that he does not show up alone" because of the electrical lines that pass through the walls, Fitzpatrick said. "Kind of shame that he did not."
Then, under the guards of security cameras, he apparently made a reconstruction before leaving after about 20 minutes. He returned at about 6 o'clock to steal the vacuum fish, his eyes and other beef, as well as the "multitude of cheeses", which apparently gave them an accomplice only outside the scope of the camera.
"This was not a" random act "… he definitely knew what he was doing and what was after," Fitzpatrick wrote at the Facebook Post.
In all, Fitzpatrick estimates that he lost $ 600 to $ 800 worth of food in a robbery. Maybe more, he noted, but stores were lower than normal after a busy weekend
"Any freezing there … if you are offered" special packs "of" vac pac "ribs and beef Dan O'Brien or a multitude of cheeses, please call the police," he writes. Police confirmed they were summoned to B & E and are still under investigation.
The thief "apparently was not a lover of seafood" because he ignored, or missed, bags with frozen shells.
And there are other costs associated with stealing. Fitzpatrick has upgraded security in his basement with multiple sensors and an infrared camera system, which should capture better images than those caught on its existing system.
The owner also increased the security measures in the adjacent security room.
"Unfortunately, nobody knows that something does not work until it does," he said, noting that "the only time a person (the thief) is visible is when he sheds light on some cans."
Fitzpatrick has warned businesses in the area to keep watch.
He noted that in 2018 there were a number of business breaks, including a couple in the restaurant "Soca cuisine of the Netherlands", as well as an old clothing store in Wellington and a hall near the island Park Drive.
It's the last hurdle for the popular restaurant. Fitzpatrick, whose restaurant has been operating since 2007, is still struggling to pay for insurance against two power cuts, including cuts after September's tornadoes.
"It will be nice to get to the other side of this."
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