Rash Of Car Break-Ins Reported In Boyle, Lincoln Counties

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 2/24 9:59 pm
Authorities in Boyle and Lincoln counties are reminding people to lock their vehicle doors and not to keep valuables in them after a rash of car break-ins over the last week, according to a report in The Advocate Messenger.

The newspaper said many of the break-ins were reported on February 17th and 18th.

A variety of things have been reported stolen from loose change to expensive laptops and tools, according to the newspaper.

The published report said many of the vehicles that were broken-in to were unlocked.
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