when I was in England I entered a store that you had to be buzzed
in for entry and buzzed out for exit so one step further what if
the robber couldn't get back out easily? Would deter some from
I live in Nottingham in the UK and about 18 months ago the local
family jewellery shop, where people were buzzed in and out,was
subject to an armed robbery.
The mother, father and daughter were all there and Marion Bates
stood in front of her daughter to protect her and was shot and
killed. The boy who shot Marion was a pupil at the school where my
partner teaches. The accomplice may have held the door open, I just
can't remember the details. Mr and Mrs Bates had been a year away
from retirement and the family was devastated and closed down the
shop this year after many years of trading.