In a savvy marketing move, New York City-based Securitech apparently felt it had no better proof of the effectiveness of its multi-point lock than to show surveillance video of wannabe thieves trying to break into a cannabis facility by using a truck to ram the device several times before leaving empty-handed. Securitech recently released the video, which showed the failed burglary attempt at an unidentified cannabis facility somewhere in Colorado. Youths who stole a few bongs and lighters from pot accessory shop now face slew of charges Police say thieves used air casts, crutches to make cannabis store robbery getaway RCMP searching for weed thief (or thieves) in Alberta who broke into a store and left without taking anything The would-be thieves used what looks like a half-ton truck to slam into the rear of the facility eight times, with one of the suspects even directing the driver exactly where to make contact with the door. What appears to be the same man later tried kicking the door to see if it would give (eliciting a Really? from Securitech) and even later pulling on the handle to see if it would open. The almost two-minute-long video shows “the door was damaged, but the Trident lock stayed secured and in place, preventing any entry,” reports the company . The devices is said to be a self-locking multi-point deadbolt system that secures the door to the frame at five different points.
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Source : Video shows half-ton truck ramming into the door of a cannabis facility several times before thieves decide to give up
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