When items go missing, they can be replaced, but seeing as pets and animals often becomes a part of the family, the loss is always substantial.
(PRWEB UK) 27 January 2014
According to The Telegraph article by William Langley dated 11 Jan 2014: Fred the ferret, prized target for gangs of thieves, reports that ruthless criminals plotting to capture the rabbit flushers are becoming more bold and audacious. A year ago, Fred the ferret was snatched in one of a spate of organized ferret thefts that have been sweeping the country. Heroically, the snowy-coated rodent struggled free, jumped from the raiders’ sack, and was retrieved by his owner, James Bradley, a 42-year-old businessman.
Today, Fred lives behind a protective screen of security cameras and motion sensors in an enclosure patrolled by a large guard dog. “I’m not taking any chances,” says Mr Bradley. “These people could come back at any time.”
According to the Telegraph report, even a top specimen like Fred is only worth around £60. At country markets, a litter of young ferrets can be bought for loose change. Although their popularity as pets has grown in recent years, the fast-breeding ferrets have no difficulty in keeping up with the demand. In ferret-keeping circles, theories abound. Some believe they are going into an underground supply network for illicit laboratory experiments, others that they are smuggled abroad to countries where they fetch higher prices. One dark suggestion is that they are stolen by dog-fighting rings and used as “appetizers” to whet the blood lust.
Chief Investigator Paul Babcock from Private Investigator Bristol (http://www.private-investigator-bristol.co.uk) understands the owner’s concern regarding their animals and said:
“When items go missing, they can be replaced, but seeing as pets and animals often becomes a part of the family, the loss is always substantial.
Paul went on to say:
“Furthermore, if your home is so exposed that the thieves can come in and take so bluntly, the safety of your family and its members is also at stake.”
In order to prevent unwanted intrusions and keep the safety of homes and the well-being of loved ones intact, Private Investigator Bristol suggests a consultation with private investigators which specialize in home security. Their skills and experience are a guarantee at putting minds at ease and giving the knowledge of safety in homes Installing CCTV cameras, motion or heat sensors, as well as alarm systems and safety doors and locks, depending on the case, is done to safeguard homes, garages, offices or summer homes at all times.
Potential clients need to take a more proactive approach to prevent breaking and entering, seeing as the perpetrators are becoming bolder in their execution. Instead of worrying that your home and your family might become the target one day, Private Investigator Bristol can provide and install state of the art equipment and have the services of experiences private investigators, which can help avoid potential invasions. Give Paul a call today on 0117 339 0302 or email him at p(dot)babcock(at)bristol-privatedetectives(dot)co(dot)uk