Friday, December 9, 2011
Hermes Broken Into - Armor Glass Could Have Prevented It
Yet another store has been broken into - this one the Hermes store in Houston. Thieves broke in and stole thousands of dollars of merchandise.
Sadly, this is yet another example of where Armor Glass security film would have prevented the burglars from getting in...GLASS IS A BUILDING'S WEAKEST LINK! It takes little effort to penetrate it.
Here is the link to the story in today's Houston Chronicle:
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