Ross Township Police investigated 12 vehicle break-in cases in November. In at least two of the cases, the vehicles were unlocked, according to police reports.
"The vast majority of theft from vehicle reports we get involve unlocked cars," said Det. Brian Kohlhepp. "We can't stress enough to always lock your car, no matter where you are parked, even at home."
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Police did not release the exact addresses, but the streets involved are highlighted in red.