This truck was broken into off Ithmar Circle in Fairbanks. There was nothing taken as the vehicle only had documents in it. This area is considered a hotspot and has had multiple vehicle break-ins over several years.
(CMR) Social media has been abuzz for the last two days about numerous vehicular break-ins Tuesday night.
One posted commented:
“Three cars were hit in our area….someone elseâ€™s wallet was found in our truck and hand bags in bushes nearby! What little douches!!!!!”
Last night we also received reports of two more in Savannah Meadows. In addition there were two home burglaries in South Sound and the occupants contacting us sharing:
“We've been burgled today and they've taken my Surface Book and about 6 watches from Dad and me. A couple of Cartier's, 3 Maurice Lacroix watches and a couple of Michele watches. Dad's gold coin and chain and 3 Dunhill lighters from our smoking days. So if you hear anything out there let me know please. They broke in through a bathroom window. Same thing for the other side of the duplex.”
Now the RCIPS have confirmed that they are investigating a series of vehicle break-ins which occurred overnight from 17 â€“ 18 April.
On Wednesday morning, 18 April, police received reports of 6 vehicles that had been broken into overnight with their windows smashed: three in the Fairbanks Road area of George Town, one in Prospect and two in Savannah.
As such, the RCIPS is reminding the public of the importance of properly securing vehicles. It is especially important to make sure that you do not leave valuables in your vehicle, especially where they can be seen by passersby. If possible it is also advised that you park your vehicle in an area where there is adequate lighting, and where it is visible to you from your home.
Anyone with tips on these or any crimes are encouraged to contact the RCIPS or Crime-stoppers. Cayman Marl Road will gladly forward any tips to the relevant authorities as well.