Saturday, March 16, 2013
Some interesting tidbits from a New York Times story about a band of thieves who've been taking tires off of cars:
The thieves work in the rain, which tempers whatever noise they make, striking around 1 a.m. . . . Ms. Adams said her house’s motion-detector spotlights — “My house lights up like a runway as soon as you step on my property” — had been disabled. A friend who installs alarms said a device like a laser pointer aimed at the light’s sensor would disarm it.