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Raleigh police respond to robbery at Best Buy

Posted November 8, 2010

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— Police are searching for three robbery suspects who tried to take items from the Best Buy at Brier Creek in Raleigh on Monday night.

Police said the suspects started out shop-lifting the items, but while they were being detained a scuffle ensued. The suspects then fled the store, located at 7980 Skyland Ridge Parkway, in an unidentified vehicle.

Authorities said no one at the scene requested medical attention.


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  • White E Nov 9, 2010

    You hit the nail no the head,we dont want to be around ghetto bums.

  • gmuny33 Nov 9, 2010

    I get that same feeling when I'm at the trailer parks, and the barn houses. I guess ghettos and trailer parks are brothers of another mother. Have you ever watched the show 48hrs, Dog the Bounty Hunter? I guess they are the same victims you speak of. Anytime you are close to a bunch of pedophile lowlifes, there's going to be problems. Raleigh, and those like you, just seem to have that in common.

  • White E Nov 9, 2010

    Any time you are close to a bunch of lawless low lifes theres going to be problems.Durham just got a high pop of them.Head on down to the ghetto and see what happens.Have you ever watched the show Bait Car? Guess those poor people are victims too.

  • gmuny33 Nov 9, 2010

    Funny how not in one of the 3 articles I provided, there was not one comment posted. There was no negative statement made about Raleigh or it's citizens, by a person from or of Durham, well no comment period. Crime is crime, it happens. Don't turn a blind eye to troubles of your own, in order to only see the troubles of others.

  • gmuny33 Nov 9, 2010

    I gave you the facts, did you read them? I guess crime in Raleigh is not seen in the eyes of those who comment about Durham. The crimes story in Brier Creek had nothing to do with Durham, that's the bottom line, but still someone found a way to paint the picture, as though it did. Really read the articles, and the ones I've previously provided links to, and tell me why you really believe Durham and certain parts of Raleigh are not worthy of your presence. We see the elephant in the room, and now I see you all are splitting hairs about Raleigh. Wow!!

  • White E Nov 9, 2010

    33 Why dont you just head on back to Durham and face the facts.BTW you can take so Raleigh too.

  • gmuny33 Nov 9, 2010

    Is this more to your liking, you great patrons of Raleigh, and this is in addition to the articles provided previously that were obviously were not read, or maybe unable to read. I guess Brier Creek is too North Raleigh, that you all don't want to claim, and now you split hairs about Raleigh. I'm sure you don't claim South, Southeast, and East Raleigh. Let me guess, it has som similar people that you all only believe are in Durham. Are we wanting to overlook the obvious and elephant i the room? This rapist fits the picture!! I'm wise enough to know that crime is of all areas, race, and monetary status. Are you?


  • gmuny33 Nov 9, 2010

    V-Twin, please head back to Johnston Co. I guess that rapist they just collected DNA from in Raleigh, is more to your liking. Please read the articles provided. It's about your beloved Raleigh and Wake Co.

    Even when you fight to make this area, the elite of Raleigh, when there is Crime, then all of sudden it's Durham's fault. Obviously many of you have not or do not read any other crime stories other than Durham, but I guess you do, because in the end, you still want to blame Raleigh's crime on Durham. They say if you tell yourself and others a lie long enough, you will start to believe it. I guess the theory is true,Kirkkeller, Ncguy and 88gta. Please read articles below, and they are just in the past week or so. Only Durham huh????

    http://www.wral.com/news/news_briefs/story/8585220/ http://www.wral.com/news/news_briefs/story/8585198/ http://www.wral.com/news/news_briefs/story/8586026/

  • White E Nov 9, 2010

    Built to close to Durham and all its hoods.

  • 88gta Nov 9, 2010

    This probably won't get posted as most of my posts have been blocked but I'll try it anyway:

    The difference between crime in Raleigh and crime in Durham (other than sheer per capita volume) is the distribution. Take a look at a crime map of the two cities. You'll notice that the crime in raleigh is mostly confined to certain areas which are for the most part residential. Therefore there is no reason to go there unless you live there. The crime in Durham however is scattered everywhere. That's why it is a concern to have a shopping area where lots of people are likely to go, right next to a high crime area, like in the case of Brier Creek.