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I introduced myself to a well-known lock picker who calls himself Deviant Ollam. He had driven up from Philadelphia that morning with his partner, who goes by the nickname Lady Merlin." Gizmodo's Geoff Manaugh visits The Open Organization Of
The victim was cooking inside her home in the 700 block of 26th Avenue around 8:15 p.m. when someone knocked on her door. When the victim's young son unlocked the deadbolt, a man began trying to force his way inside the home, police said. The
A few inexpensive purchases can increase home security The New York Times In my leafy suburban neighborhood, burglaries happen just rarely enough to give me a false sense of safety. I watch our home's security with a fair amount of diligence, but I'm
Yesterday, Shantelle's family hit back at suggestions that her parents, who are engaged and expecting a third child, were to blame. Miss Westgate's grandmother Doreen Pegg, 75, said: Chelsea and Craig were in bed when it happened and Kurtis and
A new upscale gym plans to open this January, as part of the Eighth and Main building under construction in Downtown Boise. The gym, Zenergy Boise, is owned by a local private equity group, headed by managing partner Derek Agnew, who runs the Zenergy
A specialized criminal gang that managed to break into homes and garages without leaving a trace hit at least 55 locations in northern Italy before being caught, police said Friday. Police arrested six gang members in Turin and another four are under
It's a romantic phenomenon that's spreading across the world, and now it's come to University Place: a bridge of locks. In the relatively new tradition, a couple inscribes a lock with their names and possibly a date or a proclamation of their love.
Under normal operation, there are many devices that can be integrated with the gate system to allow emergency vehicles access into the property. When any of these devices are activated, the gate(s) are instructed to open and remain open until the
A U.S. maker of recreational vehicle door handles recalled 2.86 million of them because they could leave people trapped inside, a federal agency said Wednesday. Distribution Inc., handles were installed on RV's from January 2006 to April 2013.
In a trend that reportedly began in Rome a few years ago, padlocks, some with initials, some plain, have been secured on the ironwork of bridges, mostly by young couples, as symbols of hope and intention that their commitment to each other will last.