Res­i­dents re­minded to lock their cars

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SUDLERSVILLE — Mary­land State Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing a rash of bur­glar­ies in the Sudlersville area over La­bor Day week­end and are re­mind­ing res­i­dents to lock their doors.

Po­lice re­ceived re­ports of thefts of money and small elec­tronic items overnight from un­locked ve­hi­cles parked in drive­ways of res­i­dences from Sudlersville to Bar­clay, ac­cord­ing to Sgt. James Black­well of the Cen­tre­ville Bar­racks.

Two pickup trucks also were stolen overnight Sept. 4-5. In both miss­ing truck cases, keys were left in the trucks and the doors un­locked, po­lice said.

The trucks have since been re­cov­ered, Black­well said.

Res­i­dents need to lock their cars and take their keys into the house, Black­well said. Never leave the keys in the ve­hi­cle.

Po­lice also sug­gest re­mov­ing all valu­ables from ve­hi­cles, or hid­ing them so they can’t eas­ily be seen by some­one look­ing through the win­dows.

Any­one who has seen any­thing sus­pi­cious in the area or who has in­for­ma­tion on the thefts is asked to call 410758-1101.

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