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You were at home when you heard your neighbour's alarm go off. When you looked out of the window, you found someone running away. Later on, you learnt the jewelleries have been stolen. You have been asked to write a statement for the police on what you might have heard and seen. Your writing should include:
1)What happened?
2)How it happened?
3)What did you see and hear?
4)When and where?
5)Descriptions (if any).

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