Thefts from vehicles plague Ross neighborhood
Ross Township police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles in the wake of a rash of thefts from unlocked vehicles in the Berkeley Hills neighborhood.
In the early-morning hours Friday, items were stolen from several vehicles in the Goldsmith Drive area of the neighborhood. Reports were received from Tyler Road, Woodhaven Lane, Goldsmith Road, Sunset Drive and Cherrington Drive, police said.
All of the vehicles were unlocked, according to the victims, police said.
In some cases, fuses were pulled or fuse boxes tampered with to kill the interior lights in the vehicles.
There are no suspects, police said.
Anyone seeing suspicious activity is asked to call 911 immediately.
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