Thieves strike 23 unlocked cars in Bluffton neighborhood

February 10, 2012 

Twenty-three cars were broken into in The Farm neighborhood in Bluffton, police reported this morning. All the vehicles had been left unlocked.

The Bluffton Police Department responded to the break-ins this morning in the neighborhood off of Buckwalter Parkway.

The department urges people to lock their vehicles at all times and remove any valuables from view.

“Thieves that break into vehicles are looking for easy access (car doors unlocked) and small valuables (i.e. wallets, purses, iPods, GPS units, loose change, etc),” the department says.

Anyone with information about these car break-ins should call the Bluffton Police Department Crime Tip Line at 843-706-4560.

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