There is no question that catching criminals online is like a rat race. Ever wonder if there was a way to pluck them out one by one? You’re not alone!
The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that, since people have spent less time on the streets during the COVID shutdowns, rats have become emboldened. Now, it is not uncommon for a homeowner to find upwards to twenty rats roaming around their backyards and rummaging through their garbage for food. Exterminators are having a hard time keeping up. After all, they spray one home, they move on o the next door neighbor. They spray their home… rinse and repeat. These homeowners have found solace in the fact that a new option like this exists. Even Mike Rowe of Dirty Jobs fame has reported on these heroes.
While hunting rats (or criminals) one by one and holding them accountable is the most effective way to deter the rest from returning, it must be done on a regular basis with no apparent end. This way, the rest know that, if they return, they may face the same harrowing fate.
Catching Rats…Err… Criminals is What We Do
This is where we come in. Think of the folks at MI:33 as your own personal junkyard dogs. Catching criminals is in our blood. No matter what crack or corner the perpetrator is hiding… no matter how slimy or smelly… we can sniff them out and put our teeth on them. Their ultimate fate, however, relies on your counsel. But at least your trusty ‘best friend’ has put them in your reach. The rest is up to you.
Since the early nineties our principals Rob Holmes and Jason Holmes have been hunting these exact types of vermin and bringing them to our clients. From the early days of classified ads and chasing perps down alleys, to online marketplaces and complex drop shipping networks, we have seen it all, and caught the best of them.
Do you have vermin that need catching? Don’t hesitate! The success of a case relies a lot on how fresh the scent and whether another dog has been on the trail.