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Unoccupied EntryPlay
Burglary typically involves entering when no one is inside, different than robbery. SlideThey were charged with burglary for breaking into the unoccupied store at night.
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Intent to StealPlay
The intent to commit theft is an essential part of burglary, even if nothing is actually stolen. SlideHe was arrested for burglary despite not taking anything because he intended to steal.
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Illegal EntryPlay
Burglary must involve illegal entry, such as breaking a window or picking a lock. SlideThe broken door was evidence of the illegal entry that led to the burglary.