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Egan: Thief caught on video, residents told police too busy to follow up
Egan: Thief caught on video, residents told police too busy to follow up

When her girl's vehicle was broken into on Oct. 9 - once more, a crushed window - the police actually wouldn't come to investigate.

Egan: Thief caught on video, residents told police too busy to follow up
Egan: Thief caught on video, residents told police too busy to follow up

Worse, as she addressed the police call/dispatch focus in her upset state on Thanksgiving weekend, she said she was given was seems like a semi talk about monetary strain on the Ottawa Police Service, the subsequent absence of assets and conceivable financial plan freezes that may really make things worse.

"The reaction I got was horrible," the lady said. (The paper isn't distinguishing her since she's concerned the cheat may look for requital.) "I in a real sense got lip service."

When we consented to meet in a recreation center on Sunday morning to hear the full story, she put the word out to neighbors. Eighteen individuals appeared, practically every one of them survivors of robbery or endeavored break-ins to their vehicles and carports on various associated roads in the west end.