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Police note surge in vehicle break-in cases

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Criminals beware: the Guam Police Department is investigating a recent rash of criminal mischief and theft of property cases.  Police have seen an increase in incidents of cars being broken into, including a more recent case at the Guam Memorial Hospital, where someone broke into five vehicles in the parking lot.  

Police advise residents to lock their cars, and ensure valuables are kept from being in plain sight.  GPD Spokesperson John Edwards told KUAM News, "What this boils down to is that if anybody has the opportunity or thinks that they want to take something from somebody's vehicle, we are urging you not to because eventually you will be caught."

Residents are also reminded to report any suspicious activity to authorities.  Police can be reached at 472-8911.

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