I'm happy to hear that yet another piece of "alternative", "stick-it-to-The-Man" payment infrastructure has been burgled. Really.
Then you are rather a sick individual.
You see, a large part of the appeal of bitcoin comes from its aura of "under the radar", "the authorities need never find out" financial transactions.
No it isn't. A large part of the appeal of mobile phones to terrorists is ease of communication, however most people are not terrorists. I think a lot of people are interested because you can transfer money anywhere in the world instantly with no transaction charge. No VISA, Western Union, Paypal, etc. You can access your money for free too. I pay through the nose in bank charges for access to my own money. In France, you even pay a monthly charge to own a credit card!
For the first group (criminals) I believe it serves as a useful deterrent, or at least a risk and a complication.
Er no, I don't think criminals keep their money on Bitcoin exchanges.
So to summarise, we should wait outside your house and then kick the crap out of you and take all your belongings so you get a personal reminder that there are not so nice people out there? Enjoy living in YOUR world. And no don't bother talking about the police as your "safeguard", you know there is a 99.99% chance they won't do anything.