As Mark Butcher set his couch back on its legs, he struggled to come to grips with what had occurred while he was dropping his daughter to school. (Picture by Nigel Browne)
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A DAY THAT started like any other for Mark Butcher inexplicably ended with a broken-down door, $600 missing and a ransacked house.
And while the Cotton House Club, Church Village, St Philip resident was away from home when the incident occurred, neighbours who saw the unannounced entry reported that it was the police who did the entering.
Speaking to the WEEKEND NATION yesterday, the 46-year-old Butcher said that his day had started like any other, as he began it by dropping his daughter off at the nursery.
But he explained that neighbours told him that while he was away from his home, several police officers swarmed his house, breaking down his back door and ransacking his abode. (AD)
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