Burglar Alarm Scares Burglar Off

According to this story, a homeowner was returning from a trip, discovered that is home had been broken into during his vacation. The burglars were Scared Away By A Burglar Alarm but they were still able to disconnect a 65 inch television set and make off with that. It had to be more than one person because the size of the TV.

Police had responded to an alarm at that same address three days prior to this event, but found nothing.

“Arriving officers found the front door of the townhouse was open but was not damaged,” Dearth said. “They checked the inside of the home and nothing appeared to be disturbed.”

The officers were able to lock the door and a neighbor reset the alarm before officers left the house, Dearth said.

“It appears that the suspect or suspects were scared off by the audible burglar alarm, and were only able to unplug the single wire attached to the large TV set and walk out the front door with it, Dearth said.

According to FBI statistics a home burglary in the United States happens every 13 seconds and continues to be the most common threat to your home. 60% of all burglaries happen during daylight hours when the burglar thinks no one is at home. Police tell us that 90% of all burglaries can be prevented.

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