Beware If You Find Rubber Band At Your Door, This is What It Means

Written by Natalie Bogdanski
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When Kim contacted the police, the Sheriff came to her home to inspect. He explained that robbers often use this trick to catch victims off guard. When a victim unlatches a lock, the rubber band forces the door open and a burglar can burst inside.

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This trick is common amongst robbers. It is recommended that when you're home alone and hear a knock on the door, to simply ignore it. The moment an unsuspecting victim opens the door, a burglar can jump in and attack.

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Always be sure to keep your doors locked, and never answer the door for strangers.

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Always be sure to keep your doors locked, and never answer the door for strangers.

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