They think you are too shy to ask, and you probably are.
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You may have to force yourself, but always ask - if they are genuine they will want you to ask. Burglars like students to leave a door or window open - in a normal domestic house they may find one computer, in a student house they may find several, plus lots of other expensive electrical goods.
Lock up whenever you go out, with deadbolts if you have them, and remind your housemates to do the same. In a hall of residence, lock your bedroom door even if you are only going down the corridor.
Not all visitors are honest. Lock your car when paying for petrol - it only takes a couple of seconds to steal something whilst you are distracted.
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Never, ever leave a bicycle unlocked in a public place and never use a chain or cable as the main lock - bike thieves carry bolt croppers - use a D-Lock! Robbers are also opportunists. Not as common as other thieves and probably not alone. They prefer lone targets in dark places - walk in groups at night, travel by taxi or stay over with friends, your safety is worth more than the cab fare home!
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