Surveillance Video: Over a Dozen Vehicles Burglarized in Lakewood Over Yom Tov

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    • I moved to a block with only Kollel families to keep our Torah lifestyle pure. (You try explaining to an 8 year old how his neighbor wearing a Yarmulke, is Shomer Shabbos & “appears” to be Frum can put “Cholov Treif” into his coffee at 7-11)
      We all drive beat up old vans. They kept getting broken into but only Sefarim were being stolen. This led us to believe it was an act of Antisemitism.
      We conducted a stakeout & caught the thief. It turns out it was a 15 year old Bochur!
      He told us he loved to learn Torah but was thrown out of his Yeshiva (& blacklisted from all the other Yeshiva’s) because he took longer than the Rosh Yeshiva to Daven Shmoneh Esrei & it was considered a Bizayon & Chutzpah.
      He told us he planned on returning the Sefarim after learning them.
      We were so impressed with his story that everyone on the block dug deep into their meager (Kollel) savings accounts & gave him money to buy his own Sefarim.
      Of course after this no more Sefarim were stolen & life went back to normal.

  1. Why do people leave their car doors unlocked? This isn’t a small village with 800 people like Hilburn New York or any other small village with small town values with a grid of five streets by five streets.

  2. The film showed a person opening an unlocked car door. This is not a break in. Why don’t people lock their car doors? No wonder auto ins. in NJ is sky high.

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