I am ticked off. Really ticked off. This morning Brian (my husband) was working out at the local Y when someone entered the locker room, cut the lock off of his locker and stole everything - wallet, cell phone, car keys, all of it. Strangely enough the thief didn't take the car or the computer that was in it. I suppose he wanted to go buy a brand new one.
When I called to cancel our credit cards we were too late. He had already purchased a $1900.00 lap top at Office Depot and charged $765 at Target. He made similar purchases at other stores and racked quite a bit of purchases in a very short time. I went to Office Depot and asked to speak to the cashier to get a description of the guy. They gave it to me along with his phone number (or the one he gave) when he purchased the service plan. (Idiot) I suggested they make a practice of asking for ID on such big purchases in the future. Duh.
I took the guys description back to the Y and they knew who he was so the police are hot on his tail. I am SO tempted to call his phone number and tell him a thing or two but I'm not sure how wise that would be. Still, it's tempting.
As I type a locksmith is changing out our locks since the criminal has our address and keys to our house. He's also changing out the locks on Brian's car.
The funny thing is ... I was supposed to be working on a lesson for The Micah 6:8 Group today instead of running down criminals. The lesson was going to be on "what are you putting your security in?" Pretty good huh?