28 Unlocked Cars Burglarized, WEGO Says

Police say unlocked cars were broken into in East Goshen, Westtown and Thornbury townships in the past week.

The Westtown-East Goshen Regional Police Department urges residents to remove valuables from cars and to make sure doors are locked after 28 unlocked cars were stolen from in the past week.

Police say 17 cars were burglarized in the early monring hours of Monday, Feb. 4, and that another 11 cars were hit on Feb. 11

According to police loose change, electronic chargers, an iPod and DVDs were stolen from cars that had unlocked doors in residential communities near Greenhill Road in East Goshen.

Police say that one home on Allan Lane was also stolen from when a garage door was left open overnight. 

Two bicycles were stolen from the residence.

Just a week earlier, police say that 17 unlocked cars were broken into in residential communities in Westtown and Thornbury Townships in the early morning hours of Feb. 4.

The perpetrator stole money, loose change, a diamond ring, a broken cell phone and tin from the cars.

Police believe that the perpetrator of the Feb. 4 thefts was traveling by bicycle because of tracks found in the fresh snow.

The thefts are under investigation, and police ask that anyone with information contact the Westtown-East Goshen Regional Police Department at 610-692-5100.

Elizabeth Williams February 15, 2013 at 04:31 PM
The headline for this article was highly misleading. It said 28 cars stolen. It was not cars that were stolen it was items from inside the cars.
Studley Hungwell February 20, 2013 at 08:43 PM
You are a fool. Look up the word burglary in the dictionary. Then re-think your life.


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