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Police say the thieves have found easy targets so far. They're looking for cars with unlocked vehicle doors.
Once inside a car, they look for anything of value, including CD's, rare coins, satellite radios, or anything they can get away with in a hurry.
Police say the thieves have already taken $9,000 worth of merchandise.
It's been an ongoing problem for several months. Police say the Mallard Point, Heritage, and Laurels subdivisions have been hit so far.
They say to make sure you don't become a victim, you should always keep your car doors locked.
Anyone with information on these break-ins should call Crime Stoppers for a $1,000 reward.
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