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Burglars target homes of Muslim families

A muslim family breaking their fast
OPPORTUNISTIC burglars have been targeting the homes of Muslim families who go out enjoying a meal at the end of a day’s fasting.   Six homes in Blackburn were broken into, and police believe the offenders may have been looking for Asian gold. In two homes of the homes thieves made off with cash, cheques, laptops, iPads, a Sky TV box, and a...

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