What does a BURGLAR like?
Experience has revealed to us that robbers like lots of things (primarily other people’s things), however, most burglars choose 2 conditions.
1. An invitation, and
2. A quick, easy, unnoticed entry and exit.
Robbery invites aren’t stuffed into envelopes as are birthday celebration invites; nor do we hang indications on our doors – “BURGLARS WELCOME” – the way we connect balloons to the mailbox. Invitations are sent and indications are published which are similarly efficient.
Other welcomes you might acknowledge include:
– Unkempt lawn.
– Keys left in your car while you encounter the shop.
– Dark or concealed concealing locations.
– Windows exposed when you are away.
– Notes on the door discussing where you have actually gone.
– The spare home essential left on top of the door jam. (Did you believe nobody understood that key was there?).
– Messages on the answering machine mentioning that you are away.
– An open garage door.
– Sliding glass door, without auxiliary locks.
– A home unlit night after night.
– Privacy fence.
– Flimsy door locks and locks.
– Basement windows.
After receiving his invitation, the intruder also looks for fast, unnoticed entry and exit. For this reason, most burglars work the night shift concealing under the cover of darkness.
– A big shrub in front of a window.
– A dark street behind the house.
– A personal privacy fence around the backyard.
– An unlocked door or window.
– A moving glass door.
– An outside door without a deadbolt lock.
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Theft invites aren’t packed into envelopes as are birthday celebration invites; nor do we hang signs on our doors – “BURGLARS WELCOME” – the way we connect balloons to the mailbox. Invitations are sent and signs are published which are similarly efficient. Have you ever had a neighbor go on vacation and you see the newspapers pile up on the front action or the mail overflow from the mailbox? After receiving his invitation, the robber also looks for fast, unnoticed entry and exit. For this factor, most burglars work the night shift concealing under the cover of darkness.