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5: Every curtain is drawn and all shades are down all day every day for days on end. You've died in there or you aren't home--either way, the burglar is in.
4: Two cars in he driveway that never move. Most families don't have more than two cars. If a robber cases your place and sees the same two cars in the same places (easily discerned by marking the tires with chalk), he can safely assume you've invited him to remove some of your stuff.
3: Packages. You stopped the mail, but as FedEx and UPS boxes slowly accumulate, it'll become apparent that you're on holiday.
2: A Facebook update from you with your location listed as Aruba saying, "Having a great time; see you all in 4 days when I'm back."
1: An undisturbed snow-covered driveway. There isn't much you can do about it snowing after you've left, and no tire tracks or footprints three days after it snows means you're out of town. The thief has the added bonus of knowing his footprints will melt away too!
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