Steelers Fan In D.C. Should Consider James Harrison Security Method To Prevent Banner Theft
Libby Kavoulakis, a Pittsburgh Steelers fan in the District of Columbia, can\’t seem to catch a break as she has had several Steelers banners stolen from outside her home dating back to 2006.
Despite all the thefts, Kaoulakis has continued to show her love for the Black and Gold by continuing to buy replacement banners to hang in place of the stolen ones, only to have them stolen as well. Kaoulakis recently decided to install security cameras at her house in an attempt to catch the thieves in action and finally accomplished her goal when those cameras caught yet another banner theft in action at the end of May.
Two grainy videos of the most recent theft are now up on Youtube and Kavoulakis plans to have the images enhanced in hopes that the face of the man and the car\’s license plate can be better seen and the perpetrators brought to justice.
The story goes on to say that Kavoulakis lives in an area of D.C. called Cleveland Park. While there is no evidence that a Cleveland Browns fan is behind the thefts, it surely makes for an even better end to the story should it come to light that a Browns fan ends up being charged with the crimes.
Instead of installing security cameras, perhaps using the James Harrison security method might be the better way to go in the future. It has been proven to be 100% effective in catching trespassers.