The family stickers always get me. Mom, Dad, Kids (boys/girls), pets.
Tell me what this says to you.
Newer Mini-van, low tread tires, with family stickers (Dad with hat, saluting and holding a rifle), Mom, Son (football player), Daughter (musician), baby, cat.
Real tree sticker, pink camouflage pattern seat and steering wheel covers, charging cords front and back, spare diaper bag, car garbage bag full of drive thru and take out trash, cup holders with drinks, two letter jackets with a lot of sports medals.
Bumper stickers: My teen is an honor student, go team with mascot of kids’ school.
Break it down. Dad serves, nothing to indicate he’s a veteran. Newer vehicle with low tread means a lot of miles are being put on it, that and all of the take out/fast food indicates they aren’t home much, extra diaper bag, letter jackets dripping in medals and stickers supporting teams confirm this.
Real tree and camo indicate the home probably has firearms, charging cords say plenty of electronic devices.
It’s not hard to figure out where a school district is, and as much as this family is running it won’t be hard to find this vehicle again. Follow it home once. Come back in the morning, kids are gone, Mom most likely is too. Does she have a babysitter or does she do daycare? If it’s daycare you have about 8 hours to cherry pick what you want from this house.
People share too much information. Plain and simple.