Authorities are investigating auto burglary spree

Law enforcement officials are continuing to investigate a spree of automobile burglaries reported by Lawrenceburg residents. Two of the burglaries were reported by residents of Gordon Lane. One of the victims said that burglarsstole the owner’s manual out of his 2012 Chevy Malibu. The burglar had rummaged through the contents of his glove compartment and console, leaving items lying about inside the vehicle. His loss was around $25.

The second victim reported that he had found the door slightly open on his 2005 Ford Focus. His glove compartment and console were also rummaged through with items lying around the vehicle. He said that a black leather wallet, valued at $22, was the only thing that seemed to be missing. A Roberts Lane resident was alerted to a prowler by his neighbor. He found that his 2018 GMC Sierra had been burglarized. Several items were missing, including a UPS pouch, phone charger, work gloves, flashlight, sunglasses, collectible coins, and his wallet. He estimated his loss at $772.

A trail camera, valued at $50, was the only items that seemed to be missing from a 2001 Ford Ranger that belonged to a resident of Ann Road. A second Ann Road resident reported that two vehicles of his had been burglarized. Rayban sunglasses and coins were stolen out of the 2011 Chevy Malibu while prescription Oakley sunglasses were taken from a 1998 Jeep Wrangler.

Loss totaled $655.Officers also spoke with a Paradise Street resident who reported his 9mm Smith and Wesson pistol and the holster had been stolen out of his 2011 Chevy Aveo. A wallet was stolen out of his 2008 Saturn Vue and two purses and all of the contents were taken from a 2007 Mercedes R35.

At the present time the cases remain under investigation through the Lawrenceburg Police Department. Anyone with information about any of the crimes should contact the department at 931-762-2276.




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