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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Real Estate's most wanted

crime scenesid_news.gifHere are the first glimpses of the alleged thieves from an open house last week. These are captured from security cameras in the lobby and elevator. Doug Heddings at True Gotham, who was involved in the incident, provided the images. They are captured from security cameras in the lobby and elevator. Doug further reveals, "Note the brunette fixing her wig in the elevator. My agent who caught them in the act is almost certain that the brunette is a man in drag".

With thousands of open houses citywide being held each month, this is a rare occurrence. I posted some open house workplace safety guidelines yesterday. With thousands of visitors seeing this on and in similar places throughout the blogsphere, we'll hopefully deter future incidents, help identify and maybe even catch them. Feel free to repost the animated version above or the stills if you have a site. Check out the original story at TrueGotham.

updated 11.15.2007

reader comments:

That's bonkers! Points for creativity, I suppose.


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