October is Crime Prevention Month and a good time to assemble our “roundup” of crime prevention experts to discuss what you should do when you discover a home burglary. Your first instinct will be to rummage through the house to see what was taken. But that’s exactly what you shouldn’t do. Take a look at these do’s and don’ts after your house has been hit.
Would you be surprised to learn that you tempt burglars every day to select your home for their next heist? Our roundup of crime and law enforcement experts aren't shocked. They know that homeowners unwittingly advertise their valuables and entice burglars to select their home out of a neighborhood of possibilities. Read about how you unknowingly lay out the welcome mat for thieves.
Fremont police apprehended one suspect in a recent home robbery where the family dog was injured after eating shards of glass when the burglars threw dog treats onto the back porch which was covered in broken glass.