2013年08月06日

Dozens of vehicles looted

Dozens of vehicles looted



St. Louis Police are investigating a rash of car break-ins near the Grand Basin and Art Hill in Forest Park. Authorities say they also had similar incidents on West Pine in the park.



Thieves smashed windows out of around 30 cars on Sunday night. Police believe the thieves were looking for wallets, purses, electronics and even guns. Officers found several handbags that had been rummaged through and discarded.



On Monday afternoon some of that broken glass was still visible along Lagoon Drive.



These types of break-ins are usually called crimes of opportunity. But Police Chief Sam Dotson said this string of burglaries is more like fishing. Instead of targeting specific cars with valuables in sight, these criminals are busting into random groups of cars and hoping to find anything of value.



Dotson was quick to point out Monday that crime is down overall in St. Louis. But he said car break-ins have actually risen 1.5%.



Dotson says the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department is now throwing a number of resources at the problem, including extra patrols, bait cars and even electronic tracking devices.



Officers have already gotten a small break with a suspect description of four men in a black Nissan Altima. One victim told NewsChannel-5 several masked men were involved in the crimes, however police have not confirmed the allegation.



Anyone with more information on the crimes should call the St. Louis Police Department.



Shares of Fossil Group Inc. fell Monday on investor worries that its sales may be slowing.



THE SPARK: Barclays analyst Matthew McClintock cut his rating on Fossil's stock to "Underweight" from "Equal Weight" and reduced his price target by $15 to $100, saying that his checks with sellers point to a slowdown in demand.Find a great selection of Michael Kors Satchel Bags 2013 New Arrival at hotmkbags!



THE BIG PICTURE: Richardson, Texas-based Fossil sells watches, handbags and other accessories. Its products are sold by department stores and other retailers, and the company also has stores of its own as well as a website.



Before the opening of trading on Monday, Fossil's shares had gained about 23 percent since the start of this year.



THE ANALYSIS: McClintock noted that Google searches for the Fossil brand have fallen in 14 of the 18 weeks since the end of the first quarter. In addition, the company should have gotten a boost from planned promotions over the last month, he said.



McClintock said he thinks Fossil set "conservative" guidance for the second half of the year,welcome to replica shoes web,best service and low prices. but the current sales trends indicate that the company could fall short of those expectations.Find impressively low prices on a wide selection of Michael Kors Tote Bags.



"We continue to believe that Fossil is an exceptional company that is operating at a best-in-breed level, but industry trends are difficult to overcome," McClintock wrote in a note to investors.



"We're still in the two cups and developing a winning mentality," said striker Jim Lister as he reflected on Airdrie beginning the season with back-to-back victories.



"We didn't start well but you’ve got to be pleased to get the win when you come back from two goals down.



"We're a young, fit team. We’re capable of scoring goals and I think we can only get better.welcome to michaels kors bags on sale,best service and low prices. We have a lot of belief in the team."



Still in the Ramsdens Challenge Cup and now continuing on in the League Cup. It has certainly been a great start for Jimmy Boyle and his players.



Perhaps the only real negative at New Broomfield on Saturday afternoon was the red card picked up by rising star Chris O'Neil.



The teenager clashed with Warriors defender Eddie Malone on the halfway line in the first half with the visitors holding a one-goal lead.All kinds of replica designer handbags in our online store sells at Wholesale price, welcome to buy top quality replica handbags in our online store!!!



It was handbags, really, but referee Andrew Dallas, son of ex-FIFA whistler Hugh, deemed their altercation to be worthy of dismissal and so the pair duly walked.



Not that the red card hindered Airdrie, revealed Boyle afterwards.



"I thought we coped with it better," he said. "We wanted to be positive so played with three at the back while they stuck with a four.



"We wanted to keep the two players up and I think that, in the 15-minute spell before half-time, things really worked for us."



Read the full story at www.anmison.com!

posted by wholesaleedhardy at 16:09| Comment(0) | ed hardy clothing | このブログの読者になる | 更新情報をチェックする
この記事へのコメント
コメントを書く
お名前:

メールアドレス:

ホームページアドレス:

コメント:

過去ログ
×

この広告は180日以上新しい記事の投稿がないブログに表示されております。