Monday morning update:
In and outside of city limits, local law enforcement are investigating more vehicle burglaries.
On Saturday, College Station police took ten reports of vehicle burglaries where there was no forced entry. Nine of the ten took place on Hunter Creek and Spring Garden…along with the theft of a pickup that officers believe was used by the thieves. On Sunday, CSPD went to neighboring homes on Hickory to take two more reports of vehicle burglaries.
Another round of burglaries of unlocked vehicles has started in rural and suburban areas of Brazos County.
Sheriff’s office Chief Deputy Jim Stewart says they took seven reports on Wednesday night, south of College Station near FM 2154.
The most valuable items taken were a pistol and a wallet containing credit cardfs.
Stewart says if you’re not going to lock your vehicles, remove your valuables.
Stewart also thanked those who are calling with reports of suspicious activity, which can lead to deterring criminal activity and in some cases lead to arrests.
Click below for comments from Jim Stewart, visiting with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.