Most people feel safest inside their own home. But at eight in the morning, a Lincoln woman opened her door to an alarming sight.
"I just came home and the man was in my house. He started growling at me and approached me and I backed out the way I came in. And I yelled at him get out of my house, get out of my house," said the victim.
The man left, but not empty-handed.
"He got away with some items, like my computer," said the victim.
Material things that can be replaced. But this victim, like many, knows some added security might have prevented this.
In Lowes, employees said at least two people a day ask about home security items.
"These alarms here, as well our alarm kit, so you're talking about 15 to 30 dollars for a kit," said Jacob Smith.
Many options at Lowes are do it yourself.
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