How can you determine if a break in was a inside job?

I own 50% of a salon. The partnership is bad. We are due for mediation May. Sometime between sun.& mon. someone(s) broke in thru the back door. There are 16 rooms w/ doors. The stylist are independent contractors, rents their room & collects their own money. The damage was to the coke machine bills were taken from the changer . however the change was left.Several doors were damaged & few doorknobs. This is odd because the walls are about 7 ft & could have been jumped over to get into the rooms. Only 1 boombox was taken. The rooms weren't ranshacked . It just seem strange that if someboddy(s) took to the effort - why didn't they take any products, equip.,or fixtures etc..There wasn't any mirrors shattered. Doors are easy to replace. I'm worried that maybe this has to do with the medation , trying to make me sell out.what do you think? what should I do? Do you think it could have been an Inside job?

Asked By: sugarmama2539 - 4/27/2006
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A burgler wants to get in, grab stuff as quickly as possible and then get out. They generally won't ransack the place unless it's part of the search. The last thing they want is to be discovered, so it's quick quick quick, grab something of value, (enough to get a fix usually) and then get out... More
Answered By: Monkfish - 4/27/2006
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you first have to figure out how entry was made, as for things taken, most b+e artists will only take things easily carried off and easily transformed to hard cash...not many will play around and cause damage which could make noise and leave evidence which can point to them and draw depending on your... More
Answered By: rvrratt769 - 4/27/2006
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