Nothing turns people off like redundancy of information and we’ve been writing about this issue for a long, long time but the tide does not seem to be turning in favor of the law abiding. So we post this cautionary message.
Timothy sent in the attached picture of a friend’s Prius, breached and rummaged through while it sat in a parking garage near Todos Santos in Concord recently. Timothy says his pal was “really pissed” about this and we can’t say we blame him. It’s not fun.
We’re seeing thieves take everything from cans of tennis balls to guitars and, in one recent case, they smashed a car window to access a company laptop computer even though the car was – and the owner ruefully admitted this was true – unlocked.
There are bad people out there and they are surfing parking lots and garages and driveways and checking out cars for potential goodies and they can get inside your car and away with your precious belongings in seconds so you might consider taking steps to prevent this from happening to you.
We don’t have to repeat what those measures might be, do we? We don’t want to be redundant.