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$60K In Cash And Jewelry Stolen-How To Protect Yours
Post by Bryan Buckner
Police arrested two suspects in the Monroe, Connecticut area after a series of burglaries has been going on for close to two months. The two were caught after someone identified a vehicle that was used in one of the burglaries. Police later saw that car and put it under surveillance along with the occupants. You can read the whole story HERE. This isn't exactly a secret but burglars steal items out of homes or apartments that are easy to carry and can be easily converted into cash. Jewelry and hand guns are at the top of the list right behind cash of course. These two guys stole over $60,000 worth of cash and jewelry in the space of two months. That's not bad work! That's part of the reason why home burglary is such a lucrative business. Fact of the matter is that burglars spend less than 10 minutes inside a home looking for things of value him like cash, jewelry and hand guns. If you can hide those items so that they are not found for say 10 or 15 minutes, chances are the bad guys will leave empty-handed. One of the best ways to hide cash, credit cards and jewelry is with a Diversion Safe. They are common household objects that people are used to seeing everyday, BUT they have hollowed out insides to hide valuables in "plain sight." The Dog Food Safe is an example of a diversion safe you can use to protect your valuables. We value any feedback on these posts you may have. Let us know your thoughts. Since 2005 Guardian Self-Defense & Security Products LLC has provided personal security to over 45,000 consumers. We offer a full-line of premium self-defense weapons such as pepper spray, stun guns, tasers, pepper mace, personal alarms and other self-defense items.
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