Nina was on the late shift at the convenience store where she worked in Courtenay. Following her usual routine, she locked up at midnight, cashed out, and contrary to store policy, opened the back door to take the garbage out. The door opened outwards, and she had no thought of anyone hiding on the blind side, but when she re-entered the store he was already inside–a hunting knife in his hand. Nina handed over the cash and, after the culprit fled, pressed the panic button connected directly to Price’s Alarms 24 hour monitoring. Within minutes, the police were on the scene, complete with tracking dogs. “I never though it could happen to me,” said Nina. “But from now on, the back door stays closed and locked at night and I stay close to the (panic) button.” Good plan. Those are all the right moves.