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Lock your cars

Rehoboth police issue warning after rash of car break-ins

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Posted: Thursday, June 21, 2012 12:00 am

The Rehoboth police have received several reports over the past few weeks of car break-ins and are reminding residents to lock their cars in their driveways and remove valuables from cars.

The incidents involve more than 20 vehicles and usually happen at night, police said. Items missing include cash and coins, cellphones, GPS units, iPods and other valuables. According to police, on all occasions the cars were left unlocked and the majority of the incidents occurred in the north end of town. Police are urging all residents to secure their vehicles and bring their valuables inside.

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