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More Break-Ins, Ten Cars In One Neighborhood

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May 242018
 

The sneaky little *$%#@!~S that have been breaking into cars in Orange struck again, this time in large volumes.

According to one resident, 10 cars were targeted on Carriage Drive on Tuesday night.

Another resident added that a few cars on Peck Lane also were “hit” last night, And one on Christian Circle last week.

Carriage Drive is located off of Nan Drive and Orange Center Road, closer to the center of town than the previously targeted neighborhoods. (Like we said, it can happen anywhere.)

Peck Lane, which runs between the Boston Post Road and Pine Tree Drive, also intersects with one of the earlier targeted roads, Currier Drive.

The interest in this subject is so strong and the cooperation we’re getting from the community is wonderful and hopefully helping others by raising awareness.

No matter where you live, remember this! Once again: “Lock your car doors. Keep valuables out of sight, or even better take them with you. And If you see any suspicious activity or vehicles in your neighborhood don’t hesitate to call the Orange Police Department immediately at 203-891-2130.”

Residents, Watch For Suspicious Activity

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May 292014
 

Car-break-ins-300x200A resident in the Drummond Road area reported that there were “A lot of car break-ins” in his neighborhood on Wednesday night.

Orange Live will try to verify this information tomorrow.

When this happened recently, Chief Anthony Cuozzo had this to say, ““We encourage residents to lock their vehicles and remove any valuables from their cars at night. Always keep valuables, such as cell phones, laptops, cameras etc. out of plain sight to avoid thefts and break-ins. Broken windows and forced entry can lead to some very expensive repairs.”

Residential Car Break-Ins Reported

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Jul 302013
 

Someone is stealing items from parked cars in Orange.

Someone is stealing items from parked cars in Orange.

Orange police are investigating two thefts from motor vehicles that occurred in the overnight hours this week.

One of the incidents was reported on Lambert Road, which was identical to a second break-in (exact location unavailable at this time).

According to police, both incidents happened at private residences where the cars were left unlocked and valuable items were taken.

“We encourage residents to lock their vehicles and remove any valuables from their cars at night,” said Asst Police Chief Anthony Cuozzo. “Always keep valuables, such as cell phones, laptops, cameras etc. out of plain sight to avoid thefts and break-ins. Broken windows and forced entry can lead to some very expensive repairs.”