Farmington police investigating rash of thefts from unlocked cars
Farmington police are investigating about 25 thefts from unlocked vehicles that have occurred since the first week in August.
Most of the thefts have involved cars parked on streets or inside unlocked garages, said Det. Sgt. Lee Hollatz of the Farmington police department.
“None of them have been break-ins,” Hollatz said. “So, it’s the going into unlocked cars. Once again, we encourage citizens to make sure doors are locked on their cars, and garage doors are shut and locked.” See more in Laura Adelmann’s Sun Thisweek story.