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Rash of Thefts From Cars

by Bobby Blair
December 5, 2012

Thieves have targeted motor vehicles the past two nights ...

Police Chief John Moore wishes to alert residents in the Brentwood area that a rash of vehicle break-ins have occured during the past few nights. Moore stated that the thieves have targeted the Johnson Drive and Juniper Road area of Brentwood.

Missing items include cell phones, I-Pads, money and GPS Systems. Seven vehicles have been targets in the last two nights. Moore said residents should secure vehicles as well as homes. Suspicious activity should be reported to police immediately.

 

 

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