Called The Police to my House this AM

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    Called The Police to my House this AM

    About a month ago, someone got into my truck in my driveway and made off with less than $5 worth of stuff. Luckily, nothing damaged. The officer said there has been a rash of it in my neighborhood lately.

    Well, Saturday morning I noticed one of my wife's large outdoor potted plants on the back porch knocked over, and a set of 3 smaller ones knocked the other direction. A chair knocked over, and my son's deck box full of toys opened. I straightened everything up and just sort of blew it off.

    Well, this morning that same plant was knocked over the opposite direction and another plant on the other side of the porch knocked over, and all of the screen doors for the sliding glass doors were opened about 6 inches. Looked like someone opened them to check the doors and just left them all slightly opened. Since I was out there yesterday, I know they were all closed.

    I called the NEN and an officer came out. He dusted for prints. It is concerning that this stuff has been escalating. First it was pranking by moving yard art stuff around and switching it from one yard to another. Then they were going in unlocked cars. Next, they used a garage door opener in a car to go into a neighbor's garage and steal stuff. Now it seems they are checking for unlocked house doors. What next? Breaking in?

    I have a home security system with contacts on all doors and windows, motion detectors, and glass break detectors. Monday, I'm having security cameras installed inside and out and motion lights.

    It will be interesting to see what's going on when we're not home and when we're asleep.
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    Good Luck and keep safe
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    Three questions 1. How long of a time did it take for the cops to arrive. 2. How many guns do you have loaded. 3. What your pitbulls name. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I'm having security cameras installed inside and out and motion lights.

    It will be interesting to see what's going on when we're not home and when we're asleep.
    We did this a couple of years ago. Best home security decision we've yet made. If any of our sensors go off, I can be on the Net on my phone in under 20 seconds and see all areas of the house and grounds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I have a home security system with contacts on all doors and windows, motion detectors, and glass break detectors. Monday, I'm having security cameras installed inside and out and motion lights.

    It will be interesting to see what's going on when we're not home and when we're asleep.
    Yup. Good steps.

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    "Now it seems they are checking for unlocked house doors. What next? Breaking in?"

    Opening an unlocked door to enter is still forcible entry in FL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I have a home security system with contacts on all doors and windows, motion detectors, and glass break detectors. Monday, I'm having security cameras installed inside and out and motion lights.

    It will be interesting to see what's going on when we're not home and when we're asleep.
    The local PD I am sure would like some nice 8X10 glossies of the criminals.
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    Sounds like teenage pranksters moving up the scale IMO.
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    This sounds like the work of a raccoon or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    This sounds like the work of a raccoon or something.
    Woah! They open doors where you're from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DontTreadOnI View Post
    Woah! They open doors where you're from?
    Not saying I agree it's a raccoon but you bet they can open doors! They can open latched doors! I had one as a pet when I was a kid. It could unlock it's cat carrier and make a shambles of the house by going through cupboards and closets!

    Put a pan of water out and see if there are paw prints in the water pan. They like to wash their food. Could be both, animals and kids acting like animals lol

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    Knocking over planters sounds like it could be someone looking for hidden house keys. Or, i could also go with raccoons-they can get pretty rambunctious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAGJewels View Post
    Not saying I agree it's a raccoon but you bet they can open doors! They can open latched doors! I had one as a pet when I was a kid. It could unlock it's cat carrier and make a shambles of the house by going through cupboards and closets!

    Put a pan of water out and see if there are paw prints in the water pan. They like to wash their food. Could be both, animals and kids acting like animals lol
    Yep, seen it with my own eyes before. Regardless... shotgun blasts will solve this problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    This sounds like the work of a raccoon or something.
    Except op already said they have had a rash of incidents including breaking into vehicles and garages and stealing things - his vehicle included. I would say it sounds like the work of juveniles getting bolder as time goes by and they are not caught.
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