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#1 ~ky~

Posted 18 February 2013 - 02:58 AM

There is currently two people walking around the area looking at houses (looked in my windows!) and seemingly casing the area.

I have alerted the police and all of my neighbours. The advice is to keep everything locked, all blinds/curtains closed and keep a phone handy to call the police if anything happens, even if you think it may be insignificant!

Thankfully, a neighbour of mine spotted the pair looking through my windows and messaged me on facebook. I was blissfully unaware of what was happening as I was sitting in the lounge to the rear of the house. The blinds were closed but our side gate was open and I heard the fly screen door at the laundry being slid across. I investigated and no one was there at the time. I have since padlocked my side gate and taken all of the precautions advised by police.

Looks like I might be in for a long night!

#2 The Awesome One

Posted 18 February 2013 - 11:58 AM

wonderful, I'm gonna be up all night now fretting.

#3 ELH05

Posted 19 February 2013 - 12:04 AM

Thanks Ky




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