Car burglars get busy again in League City
Lock up, people. League City police have received 31 reports of car burglaries since Thursday.
The most common items stolen have been GPS devices, radar detectors, cameras and iPods.
There's really no rhyme or reason to this," League City Police Sgt. John Jordan said. They start hitting a bunch of vehicles, we'll finally catch them, and it'll die off. Then somebody else will come along behind them, and it'll start up again."
So far, police do not have any suspects in the burglaries, but they have taken some fingerprints, Jordan said. Police also have serial numbers of some of the items that were stolen in case they are pawned.
In some of the burglaries, seats were slashed, but only minor items were stolen, Jordan said.
Police believe that two different groups are committing the crimes, he said.
Jordan said that nearly 70 percent of vehicles burglarized are unlocked. Besides locking doors, he also recommends that residents park in a garage if possible and take valuables out of their vehicles.
Anyone with information about the recent rash of burglaries is asked to call 281-338-8210.
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