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What a burglar doesn't want you to know

Things that a burglar won't tell you:

“Thanks for letting me use the bathroom when I was working in your yard last week. While in there I unlatched the window to make my return a little easier.”

“Pretty flowers mean you have taste and nice things may be inside.”

“The toys your kids leave out make me wonder what type of gaming system they have.”

“If it snows while you’re away, get a neighbor to create car and foot tracks toward and around the house. Untouched snowdrifts are a dead giveaway as are piled-up newspapers.”

“If you have glass in your front door, make sure an alarm system keypad is installed out of sight.”

“A good security installation includes motion detectors at the window over a sink and those on the second floor that access bedrooms where all the good stuff is.”

“It’s raining, you fumble with an umbrella and forget to lock your door. I don’t take a day off in bad weather.”

“I always knock first. If you answer, I’ll ask for directions or offer to clean your gutters.

“Yes, I do look in sock and dresser drawers, nightstands and medicine cabinets.”

“I almost never check kids’ rooms.”

“I don’t have time to break into a safe. But if it’s not bolted down, I take it with me.”

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