Cars bro­ken into at locked Oak Creek apart­ment garages

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - - News -

About 30 ve­hi­cles parked in five pri­vate, locked garages were bro­ken into dur­ing overnight hours Wed­nes­day in Oak Creek.

Po­lice were called to the area of West Puetz Road and South Lib­erty Lane on Thurs­day morn­ing for re­ports of smashed car win­dows and stolen prop­erty, ac­cord­ing to an Oak Creek Po­lice De­part­ment news re­lease.

The garages for five apart­ment build­ings were en­tered and about 30 ve­hi­cles were bro­ken into, Lt. David Ashen­hurst said.

“They were locked build­ings, so en­try is un­de­ter­mined at this point,” Ashen­hurst said.

It’s un­clear how much prop­erty was stolen and ex­actly how many cars were dam­aged and en­tered.

Many of the ve­hi­cles were dam­aged, the news re­lease said.

Po­lice are look­ing for any­one who lives in the area or vis­ited it around 2 a.m. Thurs­day, the re­lease said. No de­scrip­tions of sus­pects were avail­able.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion is asked to call Oak Creek po­lice at (414) 7628200.

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