More cars being broken into, say police - KUAM.com-KUAM News: On Air. Online. On Demand.

More cars being broken into, say police

Posted: Updated:

by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Guam Police Department has seen an increase in car breakins and they're urging residents to take precautionary measures to prevent becoming a victim.  Motorists are reminded to remove their keys and lock your cars even if they're parking in front of your home.  Also, remove any items that could attract a thief -including personal items, bags and CDs. 

Residents are also asked to remain on the look out and report anyone who may be lingering around your property.  Anyone with information about the recent rash of breakins should call GPD at 472-8911 or Guam Crimestoppers at 477-HELP (4357).

  • NEWS HEADLINESMore>>

  • Prutehi Litekyan looking for answers on NOVA issue

    Prutehi Litekyan looking for answers on NOVA issue

    A KUAM News investigative story about DOD contractor fined $100K by Guam EPA for spilling over 100 gallons of jet fuel and contaminating 500 tons of soil in Agana Heights and Harmon has caught the attention of local environmental justice group Prutehi Lit

    More >>

    A KUAM News investigative story about DOD contractor fined $100K by Guam EPA for spilling over 100 gallons of jet fuel and contaminating 500 tons of soil in Agana Heights and Harmon has caught the attention of local environmental justice group Prutehi Lit

    More >>
  • GEC banking on favorable weather for Super Saturday

    GEC banking on favorable weather for Super Saturday

    54,033 registered voters locked and loaded for Saturday's Primary Election. Today, the GEC began the process of transporting polling booths to polling sites around the island. While the GEC has been touting record voter registration for the Primary, in orMore >>
    54,033 registered voters locked and loaded for Saturday's Primary Election. Today, the GEC began the process of transporting polling booths to polling sites around the island. While the GEC has been touting record voter registration for the Primary, in orMore >>
  • Democrats sign unity pledge

    Democrats sign unity pledge

    With less than a week before the primary election, the Democratic candidates are committing to support the winning party candidates. All four of their gubernatorial teams have signed off on the unity pledge. Party Chairwoman Senator Regine Biscoe-Lee saysMore >>
    With less than a week before the primary election, the Democratic candidates are committing to support the winning party candidates. All four of their gubernatorial teams have signed off on the unity pledge. Party Chairwoman Senator Regine Biscoe-Lee saysMore >>
Powered by Frankly