Police Warn Residents Of An Increase Of Auto Thefts
Keep your family safe, it really just takes common sense. Car break-ins and auto theft may have peaked over the holidays, local authorities are offering some sound advice on how you can avoid becoming a victim.
Over the past couple of months the Duluth Police Department has seen an increase in auto
thefts. In a majority of the thefts, the victims have left their vehicles unlocked with the keys in
The Duluth Police Department would like to remind citizens to use common sense when
parking and exiting your vehicle:
Always take your key, don’t leave it in or on your vehicle.
Always close and lock all windows and doors when you park.
Park in well-lit areas.
Always keep you vehicle in your garage, if possible.
Never leave valuables in your vehicle, especially where they can be seen.
If you have any information about auto thefts in the Duluth area, please contact the Duluth
Police Department Property Crimes Unit at (218) 730-5160.
Info via; DPD Public Information Officer | Jim Hansen