By: Sharon Aron Baron
One community was hit last weekend by a rash of car burglaries, and police are reminding homeowners to secure their cars and remove any valuables.
Addison Court in Wyndam Lakes had over 12 vehicles burglarized last weekend. But this was a crime of opportunity, as all the car doors were unlocked said Coral Springs Police Detective Sgt. Carla Kmiotek. She urges all residents to secure their cars at all times as well as “Make a Call Make a Difference” by reporting any suspicious persons or activity when they see it.
“Citizens callers are directly help our officers solve crimes, they are the eyes and ears of their communities and know when something seems suspicious or out of place,” said Kimiotek. “Many of the in-progress crimes that we solve start with a citizen calling us to report something suspicious.”
The non-emergency line is (954)344-1800 and always call 911 if there is an emergency.
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