I live in a condo building with reserved, numbered parking spots, that are part of the deed. I installed a 14-50 outlet in my spot and have been happily charging for almost 2 years, without incident. Recently, there was a late night break-in to the building, and the thieves rifled through unlocked cars, stealing items in the cars, and some items near the cars. One neighbor, with a Nissan Leaf, had his trickle charger stolen. Fortunately, my charger was plugged into the car, so it was locked in place. So now, I'm concerned that someone might steal my UMC, left plugged in, hanging on a hook, while I'm out during the day. Any suggestions on some way to lock the charger to the outlet box or conduit? I'd prefer not to unplug it and carry it with me every time I leave.