Burglars steal safe from Seaford funeral directors

The Argus: Burglars steal safe from Seaford funeral directors Burglars steal safe from Seaford funeral directors

Heartless burglars stole a safe containing hundreds of pounds from a funeral directors.

Burglars smashed a rear window before climbing into the premises of Seaford Funeral Services in Cradle Hill Road in the town between 6pm on Tuesday and 7.45am the following morning.

Sussex Police say an “untidy search” was carried out in the building and a wall safe containing about £430 was stolen.

Anybody with information is asked to phone Sussex Police on 101 or email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk.

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8:22am Fri 13 Dec 13

downbythesea says...

"Burglars steal safe from Seaford funeral sirectors"

What are sirectors? lol!
"Burglars steal safe from Seaford funeral sirectors" What are sirectors? lol! downbythesea

8:42am Fri 13 Dec 13

The Prophet of Doom says...

The Schmargus has created a new, unintelligible word. Again.
The Schmargus has created a new, unintelligible word. Again. The Prophet of Doom

9:15am Fri 13 Dec 13

tom servo says...

Another fail for the Argus. More fails on this site than on failblog.
Another fail for the Argus. More fails on this site than on failblog. tom servo

9:19am Fri 13 Dec 13

tom servo says...

Here's a thought for the author. Once you have rabidly typed out your piece with your sausage fingers, try counting to ten and re-reading what you have written before you click publish? Maybe use a spell-checker too?
Here's a thought for the author. Once you have rabidly typed out your piece with your sausage fingers, try counting to ten and re-reading what you have written before you click publish? Maybe use a spell-checker too? tom servo

9:20am Fri 13 Dec 13

tykemison says...

Jesus! Is the Argus signed up for the government's free slave labour scheme and using them as proof readers and journalists? We need to know!
Jesus! Is the Argus signed up for the government's free slave labour scheme and using them as proof readers and journalists? We need to know! tykemison

9:25am Fri 13 Dec 13

All 9 of me says...

this is already up on 'The Guy who writes the headlines at The Argus' Facebook page...
this is already up on 'The Guy who writes the headlines at The Argus' Facebook page... All 9 of me

9:35am Fri 13 Dec 13

Sussex jim says...

Can I post a comment that is about the news subject; not about the ability of the Argus to spell?
I am surprised at the amount of cash held at a funeral director. I thought most funerals were paid for long after the dust has settled, from the deceased's estate, usually by a solicitor. Or pre-paid using an insurance scheme.
Can I post a comment that is about the news subject; not about the ability of the Argus to spell? I am surprised at the amount of cash held at a funeral director. I thought most funerals were paid for long after the dust has settled, from the deceased's estate, usually by a solicitor. Or pre-paid using an insurance scheme. Sussex jim

10:10am Fri 13 Dec 13

whoee! says...

Absolutely brilliant lol
Absolutely brilliant lol whoee!

1:29pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Goldenwight says...

Sussex jim wrote:
Can I post a comment that is about the news subject; not about the ability of the Argus to spell? I am surprised at the amount of cash held at a funeral director. I thought most funerals were paid for long after the dust has settled, from the deceased's estate, usually by a solicitor. Or pre-paid using an insurance scheme.
I quite agree. But if you have ever had to arrange a funeral you would appreciate that £430 would not cover the cost of the undertakers picking up the corpse and flinging off Beachy Head. Still, it does seem rather a lot of cash to keep on hand. I wonder whether there is any independent evidence of the amount, or whether this has been inflated to help cover the cost of repairs- OK, I am a cynic.
[quote][p][bold]Sussex jim[/bold] wrote: Can I post a comment that is about the news subject; not about the ability of the Argus to spell? I am surprised at the amount of cash held at a funeral director. I thought most funerals were paid for long after the dust has settled, from the deceased's estate, usually by a solicitor. Or pre-paid using an insurance scheme.[/p][/quote]I quite agree. But if you have ever had to arrange a funeral you would appreciate that £430 would not cover the cost of the undertakers picking up the corpse and flinging off Beachy Head. Still, it does seem rather a lot of cash to keep on hand. I wonder whether there is any independent evidence of the amount, or whether this has been inflated to help cover the cost of repairs- OK, I am a cynic. Goldenwight

9:16pm Fri 13 Dec 13

whoee! says...

Goldenwight wrote:
Sussex jim wrote:
Can I post a comment that is about the news subject; not about the ability of the Argus to spell? I am surprised at the amount of cash held at a funeral director. I thought most funerals were paid for long after the dust has settled, from the deceased's estate, usually by a solicitor. Or pre-paid using an insurance scheme.
I quite agree. But if you have ever had to arrange a funeral you would appreciate that £430 would not cover the cost of the undertakers picking up the corpse and flinging off Beachy Head. Still, it does seem rather a lot of cash to keep on hand. I wonder whether there is any independent evidence of the amount, or whether this has been inflated to help cover the cost of repairs- OK, I am a cynic.
LOL brilliant
[quote][p][bold]Goldenwight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sussex jim[/bold] wrote: Can I post a comment that is about the news subject; not about the ability of the Argus to spell? I am surprised at the amount of cash held at a funeral director. I thought most funerals were paid for long after the dust has settled, from the deceased's estate, usually by a solicitor. Or pre-paid using an insurance scheme.[/p][/quote]I quite agree. But if you have ever had to arrange a funeral you would appreciate that £430 would not cover the cost of the undertakers picking up the corpse and flinging off Beachy Head. Still, it does seem rather a lot of cash to keep on hand. I wonder whether there is any independent evidence of the amount, or whether this has been inflated to help cover the cost of repairs- OK, I am a cynic.[/p][/quote]LOL brilliant whoee!

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