At 3:05 am, the cylinder in the lock on the back door of the Johnsen’s door pulled to one side. A plastic “pick” had been inserted along with a tension wrench. It was one of the better door knob locks, so it would take a few minutes for the man holding the two small instruments to open. Finally, when all five cylinders lined up, the lock turned easily, just as though the key itself had been inserted. He was in.