As we’ve all heard in the past, you can’t leave anything out in the open without somebody stealing it, no matter where you live.
Here’s an email from a concerned Claycordian who wants to remind you, it can happen to anybody….
I wanted to bring to your attention something that happened to us.
A friend of mine decided to buy something from me and I told them I would leave it on our porch, which is common practice for transactions.
We live in a very quiet neighborhood off of Claycord Avenue in Concord. I put the framed picture of the Golden Gate Bridge on our porch. Sometime between Sunday night and Monday afternoon somebody stole it.
Before people say we are, “stupid,” and, “what do you expect,” please know that I am not writing this to hear your comments. Fine, perhaps I shouldn’t have left my $10 framed picture on the porch.
I am however notifying people to be careful, no matter how quiet of a street you live on. There are always dirtbags amongst us, clearly.
Thank you for the email, and thanks for being concerned for others. We’re sorry to hear about the theft.