Thursday, September 10, 2020

RAYTOWN CRIME TURNS UGLY!!!

A story that deserves attention given the small biz struggle against violence that happening across the metro and confronting this brave local biz lady. Take a look:

'Get a job!' Thieves target Raytown boutique twice in two weeks

RAYTOWN, Mo.-For Damaris Hernandez, owner of Damaris Glam Boutique in Raytown, the latest burglary is a major set-back. FOX4 first interviewed the new business owner on August 24 when her store was first targeted. The boutique, open for less than three months has had two break-ins within two weeks.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Probably displayed a pair of jordans or yeeezies in the window....who could blame a brother for repatriating them...reparations amirite

Anonymous said...

Raytown was once a nice suburb. Blacks move in and quality of life vanishes.

Anonymous said...

forgot your research on this bandit. I think the owner is black the snap of the woman in robbery is white and does not look like she would wear the clothes. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10103696171195304&set=pcb.10103696172053584&type=3&theater

Anonymous said...

Will steal everything.

Anonymous said...

If she did try to wear the clothes, would easy for her to pull them off literally but not figuratively.

Anonymous said...

1057 not so fast, do your research

"About 20 minutes away in Raytown, two thieves used a brick to bust their way into Damaris Glam Boutique on Monday.

A third woman appeared to keep watch outside before the suspects left in a dark van and a lighter-colored SUV."

It’s believed the same suspects also burglarized a truck at Raytown Water Company, about a quarter-mile from the boutique.

Although both entities believe it’s the same people based on surveillance video, police haven’t confirmed a connection.

Right now, Kansas City police are investigating. They did confirm these men appear to match the description of the suspects.

About 20 minutes away in Raytown, two thieves used a brick to bust their way into Damaris Glam Boutique on Monday.

A third woman appeared to keep watch outside before the suspects left in a dark van and a lighter-colored SUV."

Where's the video of the two throwing the brick

Anonymous said...

girrrrrl, i think those honkeys are interested in sabotaging your business, not wearing your business.

castizo said...

Looks like white guys robbin. What are they gonna do with a bunch of clotning n faux jewelery designed for sassy black women? What losers

Anonymous said...

they will probably burn it.

Anonymous said...

Transexual crime wave.

Trans
Lives
Matter

Anonymous said...

11:22

They took it to the nearest crack house and traded it for a rock.

Anonymous said...

No way the perps are white other than the coal burner GF.

Says there is video of the men but go to the facebook link and no photos or video of the men or even a description of the men, but a good pic of the white woman.

Anonymous said...

in this video, the earlier robbery, they is white.

Anonymous said...

https://www.kctv5.com/news/local_news/burglars-break-into-small-business-in-raytown/article_84cba308-e9a6-11ea-b526-2b9be87d863b.html

Anonymous said...

Damn..don't look black...lock-em up. Don't need any thieves regardless of race.

Oswald said...

The Raytown Aldermen in effect defunded the police.

Thats what you get.

Anonymous said...

bandit, you fucking lame ass, you removed your name & avatar from your posts.

Anonymous said...

It's not a "black" thing. Not at all.
Simply get some qualified people into city hall and into office, otherwise continue to watch the downward slide. Watch the taped aldermen meetings and get ready to cringe big time. A couple of those folks handily pass muster, but the majority of them are ignoramuses and embarrassments, in our view.
The police chief may be a step in the right direction, unless he turns out to be too timid and refuses to break away from being beholden to the people that sign his paycheck. (The job is a superb supplement to that 25 and out retirement, I bet.) Regardless, there's at least some hope there in that respect.
Would love to shop this boutique that keeps getting broken into. We intend to stop by. We're so sorry that you have been forced to endure such a violent, damaging break in for a second time.