Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Nearly 113 million Americans plan trips between now and the end of the year, but before they do, the Twin Falls Police Department can help protect your home There are a few things to do.
The Twin Falls Police Department says that if you’re planning a trip during your next vacation, plan ahead.
He says it’s best to turn on the lights and park your car in the driveway to make it look like you’re at home.
Make sure all doors are locked. This may also include garage doors.
It’s always a good idea if neighbors or family members drive in to check on your house from time to time.
“Actually the most important thing is to keep your home safe. It sounds very simple, but you should lock the door when you go out. Pet doors, mail slots, etc., someone can easily We need to find a way to make it accessible, said TFPD Lieutenant Craig Stotts.
Stotts also said sharing your trip on social media might be tempting, but wait until you get home.
“People are looking right for those opportunities, so if you’re posting and you’re out of town on vacation, I encourage you to do it when you’re back because there are opportunities,” Sotts said. I’m here.
He tells them to call 911 if they see anything going on at a neighbor’s house and know they are out of town.
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