The average citizen of the United States can expect to have his home burglarized twice in his lifetime. This estimate is based on current crime statistics from across the United States. And the statistics continue to spiral upward, even where other crimes have peaked and declined. While murder and some other serious felonies have become less frequent, break-and-entry larceny-police jargon for burglary - continues to rise. It is the single most frequent crime against citizens over 65 years of age, who can least afford to have their possessions stolen.
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