For Nichole Hudon, she walked into work one day to find out she had been burglarized.
"The went through change, nothing as far as T.V.'s or anything like that. They were really looking for cash. That's what was taken for us," said Hudon.
Nichole says her work, Hudon's Sled and Salvage is somewhere she calls a second home. She says she spends around 50 hours a week there.
"You're victimized. It's your place of home. This is where you spend most of your time outside of your family," she said.
Coming into work finding money stolen is something she never wants to experience again.
That's why she spent part of her Thursday evening in Barneveld.
The Trenton Chamber of Commerce organized a public forum to give people like Nichole prevention tips.
"We know that the community is concerned about break-ins that have been going on between businesses and residences," said Chamber President, Kelly Gerrard.
Concerned residents at the meeting learned different reminders to lock their doors, and consider installing a motion detector alarm in their homes.