With spring break just around the corner, many are planning trips to somewhere warm.
But before the suitcases are packed and zipped, travelers should think about couple things before they take off, such as protecting their house while they’re away.
Making sure that you are not the victim of a crime while away should be on top of anyone’s list who is leaving for a trip. Sylvania police said the key to assure your house’s safety, is to make it look like someone is at your house.
Some ways to do this is stop mail and newspapers from being delivered while you’re gone, putting timers on your lights or even having neighbors bring your trash cans from the curb.
Also parking an extra car in the driveway can help along with letting neighbors and others you trust, know that you are leaving town.