I was recently passed an article from the Atlanta Journal that highlighted a northwest Atlanta couple tied up during home invasion. According to the article, two men kicked in the back door early in the morning and zip tied the man and woman.
The man was apparently a plumber or an electrician and had zip ties lying around that were used to restrain the couple. The invasion occurred around 4:30 a.m. and they weren’t able to free themselves to call 911 until 6:30 a.m. Luckily they were unharmed.
It seems that the intruders were looking for drugs, which doesn’t exactly make this situation fall under “common.” It does however, illustrate the need for not only fortifying your doors with a device like the Door Devil, but learning how to escape illegal restraint from zip ties.
This is a great opportunity to not only review our article on escaping zip ties, but to share it with your friends, family and loved ones. This is literally information that could one day save their lives!
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