People often preach that value is in the eyes of the beholder, but there are greedy types willing to make off with possessions regardless of the price tag associated with the item. These lawbreakers must assume anything they can get their hands on is worth the risk associated with getting caught in the act. With Ring, however, these people are always caught in the act. Ring's cameras are built right in to the doorbell panel, meaning anyone who approaches the front door is on the record. When Ring's Neighbors app is in effect, they're essentially walking into a trap: with anybody and everybody watching, they can be identified later and charged. This new home defense system alerts local authorities, as well as a user's neighbors.
Even if you think nobody would ever bother to run off with your patio furniture, the Neighbors app is there. Thanks to this unique app, we can see a whole lot of low-lives absconding with items that don't exactly seem worth the effort. They took whatever they could carry, and the items they grabbed just so happened to be pretty ridiculous.