Get your alarm co’s shirts back

Aug. 7, 2008

Lesson for alarm companies: get your technicians' shirts back before you let 'em go. Otherwise, who knows where your company's good name will wind up... maybe with a former employee as he robs a safe? Yep, it happens....

[Please note, the website/newspaper's headline is wrong -- it really should say something like "Former alarm tech hits safe at check cashing firm". From what the story says, he wasn't a former employee of the check-cashing business; he was an employee of the alarm firm.],0,7308116.story


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