Multiple car burglaries in Sugar Grove

By on June 14, 2013

SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Police on Friday took reports from five Windsor Pointe subdivision residents who stated that their vehicles had been entered.

The first report came in at 2:05 a.m. Victims reported that cash and electronics, including computers, cell phones, MP3 players, were taken from the vehicles. Several victims stated that they had locked their vehicles. One victim told police that he observed two individuals wearing dark clothing who were in the area at the time the incident occurred. They were said to have fled on foot when the victim yelled at them.

It is not unusual for these types of incidents to occur at this time of the year. Residents are cautioned to remove anything of value from their vehicles and to keep their vehicles locked. These are considered crimes of opportunity that can be easily avoided by taking a few steps to secure your vehicles and property.

Anyone with information that may help the police are asked to call Sugar Grove Police Investigations at (630) 466-4526, ext. 37.

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