How to stop the ‘baddies’ from stealing from your kids

The Gardner White family is living proof that you can get the most from a family of four by keeping their possessions in order. 

They’ve got a solid house, a home and a dog, but they have some serious problems with burglaries and theft.

The house has been burglarised three times, the family home has been broken into twice, and the dog has been stolen twice.

Gardner White said the house was burglarized three times and the family home was broken into once, but he said they are confident the burglaries were the work of the same family who was responsible for the recent theft of his daughter’s book.

“The people who broke into the house and the people who did the damage to the books are the same person,” Mr White said.

He said he and his daughter were happy with the work done by the Gardner Whites.

“The police are doing a great job,” he said.

“I’m very grateful they’ve been here to help us and get the books back.”

The family is well-known for keeping their home tidy and secure.

“It’s not the best thing for my daughter to live in but it’s good to have it so tidy and safe,” Mr Woldridge said.

He said the family has not had any burglaries since the recent break-in.

“There’s nothing that would have stopped the burglars from getting their hands on the books,” he said.

“You just don’t do it like that.”

Mr Woldrie’s family has a strong relationship with the Gardners, and he said he would have done anything to stop them from stealing.

“We’ve got good relationships with them and we’d do anything to keep our house tidy and keep our family safe,” he said.

In the past year, the family also has had two thefts.

Mr White said he was worried about the burglar who broke in last year and stole the book of a friend.

But the family is now confident it has been the work a family member.

“They haven’t got a clue and they’re not interested in taking the book, they’re just looking for something to get out of the house,” Mr Redwood said.

Gardener White said they had been in contact with the police but it was not clear if any charges had been laid.