SURVEILLANCE VIDEO: Watch as burglars rummage through vehicles in Lakewood

surv pp[VIDEO BELOW] The surveillance footage shows burglars burglarizing and rummaging through vehicles in the Prospect Park development this week.

Residents are urged to check that their vehicles are locked.













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  1. when will everyone learn to lock their cars?? what is everyone waiting for? you wouldnt keep your house door unlocked over night…would you??

  2. at second 39-40 of the video the lights on the first vehicle seem to flash, unless he is just walking in the path of the street light which is reflected off the light of the car.

  3. I leave my doors unlocked because I’d rather they be able open my door then have to break into my car..who cares if they break in? Let them have the spare change and half drank soda can that’s in my car! Does anyone actually keep valuables in their car? Days of owning a gps are in the past…

  4. There have been increases in car break ins in the pine street area over the past two weeks as well.
    Where are the cops? Why are these guys going undetected night after night? Our streets aren’t safe!

    Yes, of course ppl should lock their cars- but the fact that unsavories feel so comfortable roaming the street night after night is very upsetting !

  5. I leave my car doors locked. A couple years ago, some thieves smashed my car window. Didn’t have any electronics in the car. Stole a bag that they then threw in a ditch when they realized nothing valuable in it. Police took a report, but I was stuck with the bill and cleanup.

    Cost at least $300 to fix.

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