12-26-2012, 03:53 PM #1Registered User
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Potential rapist targeted real estate agents working alone
Rape plot targeted real estate agents
I'm posting this as a warning to people who work in real estate and similar professions. I know I have friends in the business who have said that at open houses and other events they sometimes get a creepy vibe from people who come in at odd hours, supposedly to get tours of properties. It's a situation where the desire to make a sale can override intuition that something is not right.
12-26-2012, 05:08 PM #2
This is from the article linked in the first post:
"Police seized a knapsack that contained numerous objects, including matches, a lighter, scissors, knives, an electrical cable stripper package, binoculars, a black ski mask, gloves, a rope, two handguns and ammunition, a metal chain with padlocks and duct tape. Police also found a second roll of duct tape, a crow bar and realty brochures in the truck.
Police also found drawings and writings that detailed his plans, scheme and design."
Sometimes, stupid is a good thing. MOO
12-27-2012, 11:40 AM #3
12-27-2012, 02:21 PM #4
I remember years ago I worked at an answering service and we had a lot of apartment communities as clients. If the leasing agent got a bad vibe from someone she had to show a unit to, she would tell us she was leaving to show apartment # whatever (normally she could just forward the phone without speaking to us) and we would write down the apt # and time she left--if she wasn't back in 20 minutes we would contact the property security officer.All posts from me are MY OPINION ONLY
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