Suspicious Behavior :
It is important to remember that people aren't suspicious, behavior is. Signs of behavior that might be suspicious are:
- A person running and looking about furtively, as if he or she were being watched or chased.
- A stranger carrying property at an unusual hour or location, especially if the items are stereo equipment, office machinery, or a locked bicycle.
- A person going door-to-door in an office building or residential area.
- Any person forcibly entering a locked vehicle or building.
- Transactions being conducted from vehicles, especially near schools or parks.
- One or more persons sitting in a parked car closely scanning the area.
- A person (especially a juvenile or female) being forced into a vehicle.
- A person exhibiting unusual mental or physical symptoms.
- Unusual noises, including gunshots, screaming, sounds of fighting, barking dogs, or anything suggesting foul play, danger or illegal activity.
If you witness any of these suspicious activities, call the police immediately.