Simcock Farm in Swansea is the kind of family-run business where workers will gladly carry your purchases right out to the car.
But on three separate occasions in the past three years, a man has broken in and stolen all of the cash that he could get his hands on
"It's the third time. I truly believe -- I've believed from beginning -- that it was the same person just the way he handles things. He's a neat burglar. He locks the door when he leaves. He doesn't leave a mess when he comes in," said Beverlyann Simcock.
The burglaries happened in August 2010, in June of this year, and on Sept. 19.
And just like the first time, Simcock Farm caught the man on tape.
"The first time he took money from a register at the ice cream stand. The second time there was no money in any of the registers, so he found the hidden safe, destroyed the safe. This third time, he didn't get anything," Simcock said.
The young workers who ring up customers every day said they are scared.
"I wonder if he would ever like come here during the day while we're working. I also wonder why there was so long of a time period in between break-ins," said Colby Bergeron.
But these animal-loving pumpkin growers have a theory about why he waited so long.
"The two-year time period, I figured maybe he did something else, went to jail for a bit, came back out, and hit as soon as he got back out," Simcock said. "I just really wish they would get him off the street, just because you don't know what else he's capable of."
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