You might be surprised to hear this, but the large majority of serious burglaries do happen after someone has passed over insider information on what you have and where you keep them. We may still underestimate burglars or imagine them looking like they generally do in cartoons or old movies. But in real, burglars look just like you or me. They can be men or women and they work in groups with lots of informers.
Let’s see some of the key things you can do and some warning signs which may alert you to call the police right away.
The key informers of burglars are the 6 types of people you need to watch out for:
We make the mistake that we do not suspect bad about people. And you don’t have to have a gold nugget in your home in order for it to get robbed. If you grew up in good conditions, you may not even realize the number of valuables you have. This ranges from art work to antiques and of course appliances and gadgets of all sorts. The MAC computer you have bought on a credit, the PlayStation you own, your grand-grandfather’s old gun or anything else that can represent a good value are prone to get stolen if you don’t pay attention. Let’s see some of the key things you can do and some warning signs which may alert you to call the police right away.
Let’s also add, that this does not mean you have to turn totally paranoid about strangers, only to be cautious especially when it comes to a stranger wanting to get in uninvited.