Burglars: 11 ways to theft-proof your home

The world’s most popular method when it comes to break-ins is making a hole in the doorframe and, with a long and narrow tool, usually a screwdriver, burglars pick the lock.

According to a research by Censis, burglaries have more than doubled in the last 10 years, and the percentage has risen to 127%. So trying to protect ourselves seems absolutely necessary.

We ran into an interesting study by the University of North Carolina on 422 inmates for theft: the data revealed what strategies they mostly use, and the most effective ways people can prevent thefts from happening.

Here’s 11 ways to theft-proof your home:

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