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2612Re: [madronavillage2] Re: Attempted break in

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  • K. RODEWALD
    May 6, 2011
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      Your patio door is the easiest way to get in. Put a long piece of wood to prevent the door from sliding open if the lock is popped open. There was one other attempt that I know of but no success that I know of.



      From: gargiuloangela <agargiulo3982@...>
      To: madronavillage2@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thu, May 5, 2011 6:29:35 PM
      Subject: [madronavillage2] Re: Attempted break in

       

      Kurt,

      That is terrible. I am glad that you are all ok. Just curious, how did they try to get in. i want to be sure i have all my bases covered. Also, did the police say if there have been other attempts or success?

      --- In madronavillage2@yahoogroups.com, "K. RODEWALD" <mfd87@...> wrote:
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      > Just wanted to let everyone know that there was an attempted break in at our house last night just after midnight. Our burglar alarm was activated and our dogs also were alerted. The Round Lake PD responded and did a very good job of searching the neighborhood and used the K9 but weren't successful in catching the person. My home wasn't the only one targeted. They went to at least one other neighbor. Please take a moment and re-evaluate your home security and make sure all your doors are locked.
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