Wi-Fi cloaks a new breed of intruder

Thursday, 7 July 2005, 2:10 AM EST

Richard Dinon saw the laptop's muted glow through the rear window of the SUV parked outside his home. He walked closer and noticed a man inside.

Then the man noticed Dinon and snapped his computer shut.

Maybe it's census work, the 28-year-old veterinarian told his girlfriend. An hour later, Dinon left to drive her home. The Chevy Blazer was still there, the man furtively hunched over his computer.

By Alex Leary at the St. Petersburg Times.

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