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5 minutes of looking can easily net a half dozen quicker and easier ways through or around a lock, if they don't care about damage, and they even bother to go through the door instead of a window. Thieves are all about the quick and easy. A burglar isn't going to sit outside the door picking the lock for several minutes. The only reason for a thief to consider picking a lock would be to conceal the entry, and any decent investigation will find it anyway since lock picking leaves identifiable marks on the lock. Assuming 'lock picks = thief' is about as reasonable as assuming 'pocket knife = murderer'.Calm down, enjoy the post or don't, but keep that acidic commentary off the site.
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