PHOENIX -- As Tucson police continue their search for Isabel Celis, many parents are wondering how easy it might be for somebody to break into their own homes. Police said the 6-year-old girl's bedroom window was open when she was discovered missing.
We turned to home expert Rosie Romero of Rosie on the House to find out what it takes to protect your family.
Romero said whether it's your window or your front door, it takes a burglar less than a minute to break into your home. According to Romero, all you have to do is make some simple changes to your home.