MINNEAPOLS (WCCO) — Orono police warn residents of “smash and seize” crimes within the space.
The Orono Police Division says there have been a couple of incidents of “smash and seize” crimes through which thieves break into automobile home windows and steal valuables in sight, in keeping with a launch on Saturday.
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Police advise the group to remember and take precautions when leaving valuables of their automobiles. They are saying leaving objects like purses, wallets, laptops and purchasing luggage draw consideration to thieves.
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Police say people ought to contemplate transferring objects to a trunk or out of sight.
Authorities ask anybody who sees suspicious exercise to inform the Orono Police Division or name 911.
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