South Jeffco experienced 64 car break-ins in the first two weeks of September, a 50 percent increase compared to September a year ago, according to a news release from the Jeffco Sheriff's Office.
All the incidents were committed at night and involved unlocked vehicles with no signs of forced entry. Most were in clusters, with 40 between Sept. 13 and 16. The suspect or suspects are apparently walking the streets and trying doors to find ones that are unlocked.
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