Wednesday, March 14, 2012

LAPD: Five things that your friendly burglar wants to tell you.


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Wednesday March 14, 2012, 10:00 AM

LAPD - West Valley

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Advisory: Five things that your friendly burglar wants to tell you.

Hi Bel-Air Association,

1. I love computer laptops – easy to carry and easy to sell! But I fear that you had enough gumption to install a locater program to locate your laptop like – LoJack for Laptops, or if you have an Apple computer, iPAD, iPHONE – Mobile Me!

2. I love homes that are not well lit or homes with overgrown bush and shrubbery, so I can hide if someone walks or drives by. It allows me to hide! Have adequate exterior lighting. A motion-sensitive light is recommended for backyards.

3. And when I get rid of what I have stolen – I know that hardly anyone keeps serial numbers or has engraved their ID on anything anymore. Keep a detailed inventory of your valuable possessions, including a description of the items, date of purchase and original value, and serial numbers, and keep a copy in a safe place away from home -- this is a good precaution in case of fires or other disasters. Make a photographic or video record of valuable objects, heirlooms and antiques. Your insurance company can provide assistance in making and keeping your inventory.

4. And I love neighborhoods where the neighbors do not talk to one another – they have no idea what’s going on!

5.Form a Neighborhood Watch Group. They can help you work with your neighbors to improve security and reduce risk of burglary.

For full details, view this message on the web.

Sent by LAPD - West Valley, 19020 Vanowen St, Los Angeles, CA 91335

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