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SAPD Investigate a rash of break-ins

Posted on March 26, 2018 at 6:55 PM Comments comments (0)

I read this article online the other day that stated that SAPD met with residents in a Northside neighbordhood after a rash of home break-ins. About 11 to be exact. It was really so frustrating and so aggravating, espceially to hear that alot of the homeowners were all telling police that's it's the police responsibility and they need to find out who it is that is doing these break-ins.

Understandably, these homeowners have every reason to be upset, but at the sametime, they need to stop throwing blame. What it comes down to is having security cameras and alarm systems installed on your home. You have insurance on your vehicles,(mainly because it's the law) but at the sametime you have the insurance to protect you and your vehicle in the case of an accident or your car is stolen. You have medical insurance on yourself and your family in the case you become ill and need to see a doctor and get medicine. Well you need to have the same mindset when it comes to your homes. Just because you live in a high priced neighborhood, doesn't mean you can't become a victim of a home burglary. Just because you live in a gated community doesn't mean you're safe. In most cases, the gated communities arent'y even manned, so that means if someone really wanted to get in, all they have to do is wait until someone that lives there go through the gates, and they follow right after. Yes I'm guilty of that. I'm pretty sure we all are. Don't just stop with protecting your vehicles and yourself, but take some security measures and protect your home. Is it really worth saving that money? Can you really afford NOT to have a security system or security cameras?? I think not. In fact I know now, that's why we here at Mase Protective Services urge you all to invest in some security cameras. You can contact us and we can go over options of having a cost-effective security system.  The whole point I'm trying to get at is that with security cameras, you can have video evidence of the unwanted person(s) on your property, and then you can give that to the police to help aid them in their investigation, and just maybe increase the chance of the suspects getting caught, and taken off the streets.