Evansville police are asking people to be cautious and aware because home break-in cases tend to rise this time of year.
"Well, it's particularly sad, but I've been the victim of a burglary before and you feel quite violated that your personal space, your home, has been invaded by people you don't know and you didn't invite in. One of the best things is to get to know your neighbors, and you need to look out for each other in the neighborhood. Know who belongs in the neighborhood, know who doesn't belong in the neighborhood, and work from there," Deyoung said.
The best thing to do, according to police, is be aware of who is around you.
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