Dogs scared off late night intruder

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  1. KikiDeAnime

    KikiDeAnime Songster

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    It's a little after 3 AM here and this happened around 1 AM.
    I had woken up at 11pm(Went to bed around 8:30pm).

    Anyway

    While I was watching a movie on the computer, I heard something either bump or try and open the screen door but 2 of our 3 dogs started barking and whoever it was ran off.
    I went to look out the window but I didn't see anybody.
    The motion light was still on for a few more minutes before turning off.

    I'm pretty sure that if the dogs hadn't barked, that person would have gotten in somehow.
    I wouldn't have been surprised if they had as last year someone tried to stealed my bike at 6 AM while I was awake and the dogs didn't bark to let me know. Luckily at that time, our neighbor chased off the bike thief.
     
  2. Izzychicky

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    Are you positive it’s is a person? Did you see it? Do you have a lock on you coop?
     
  3. KikiDeAnime

    KikiDeAnime Songster

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    Coop? I was talking about our house.
     
  4. DuckWhisperer06

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    Get a game camera.

    Sounds like this kind of stuff happens a lot in your area.:hmm
     
  5. KikiDeAnime

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    We do have cameras, just haven't had enough time to put them up. And no this doesn't happen a lot. Most of this stuff happens in town where the teenagers hang out, since the teenagers are the ones causing trouble by shooting people and driving like asses.
     
  6. Izzychicky

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    Sorry! I got confused!
     

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