They don't need Strava to find where your bike lives, all a thief needs is the opportunity. That's why you need to be aware of who's watching when you get home with your bike. I used to keep my bikes in the garage but just once let my guard down when I was putting them away, the next morning they were gone. I had those additional garage locks fitted but they were useless as the thieves rammed the garage door with a vehicle taking the complete frame out.As a result I got a couple of wall anchors and some Asec metal garage door bolts. Unless they are lock smiths then the only way into the garage is to literally cut a massive hole in it which would create loads of noise.
Thieves round my way have been using Strava to track down bikes. Some guy recently had his alleged £3500 bike in his "secure" shed behind a locked gate and reckons the thieves brazenly followed him home. As a result I always start my Garmin around 1/2 - 1 mile away from home & same when I return.
These days my bikes live in my flat and I'm even more aware of who could be following me especially when the bikes are on the car roof.