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Old 07-24-2014, 02:12 PM   #11
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We had a motorhome in storage in Rio Vista, California a number of years ago. Someone jumped the fence and broke into several RVs. If that wasn't bad enough, they then lit them on fire. When we got there all that was left was a frame and a pile of rubble.
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When I still had our fifth wheel a number of rv's all around me were broken into. There were marks on my lock that has has the same key as the compartments as well as the dead bolt lock. They did not get in. The rv's that they did get into did not have the dead bolt locked. Now I only lock the dead bolt lock. They did put up more lights.
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