Marana police are investigating a rash of auto break-ins — 14 up to now in January — in neighborhoods together with Continental Ranch, Continental Reserve and Gladden Farms.
Nearly all of property stolen have been from automobiles that have been left unlocked, stated Sgt. Chris Warren, a division spokesman.
The rise in car break-ins started in October 2016, and police have made a number of arrests within the thefts, Warren stated. A number of teams are concerned within the break-ins, he stated.
Investigators are asking the general public to be vigilant and report suspicious exercise. Car house owners additionally have to lock their automobiles and never depart property inside their automobiles, stated Warren.
Different ideas embrace being conscious of your environment, safe your storage door and ensure outdoors lights are operable, Warren stated.
Anybody with info that may determine the culprits concerned within the car break-ins is requested to name the Marana Police Division at 382-2000 or 88-CRIME.
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