Quite frankly, your interest in this thread, how I handle this situation and all of the dramarama surrounding your exclaiming, "I didn't take the cookie!" (a figure of speech) is very puzzling. I mean, why are you here?
This thread hasn't revealed any specific suspects or evidence (as if I would) and yet, here you are reading. Time after time. It really is amazing. This type of arrogant, invincible behavior is what brings down criminals time after time. They tell one too many people of their criminal antics. Or they just can't resist returning to the scene of their crime. As for my not being very bright, this remains to be seen. Another common flaw of any predator is underestimating his or her prey. It doesn't matter if the criminal(s) know if the FBI (not me) is coming or not. They left a trail that cannot be wiped clean. Whether they know or not is moot.
Scare tactics aren't my Modus Operandi. I'm not playing any games. I take the attack made on me (and others) very, very seriously. If you're feeling nervous and are guilty, you should be.
I see no remorse. None. No, "I was wrong, I'm sorry. Forgive me." Which only leads me to believe said person(s) not only feel above the law, they also feel entitled and or justified in their criminal activities. Afterall, it is a common trait of criminal behavior to habitually place the responsibility (for their crimes) someplace or with someone else. Often the criminal views themself as the victim. With that being said, one can only expect that left unpunished this person or persons will carry out and potentially escalate this behavior in the future.
You've taken all of your chips and bet on double zero (tough odds). If you think for one minute I will set back and do nothing after being attacked, I suggest you think again. When pushed, I push back. The difference being, I do it within the framework of the law. Like I said, no remorse. Very telling indeed.