For the second time this week Lexington Police were called to a hotel where multiple cars were broken into overnight. But they say people parking at hotels aren't the only ones who should be concerned.
At least four people staying at the La Quinta Inn off of Athens Boonesboro Road were victims Wednesday morning.
"This morning when we came out to the cars someone had broken the window out of my car, the lady that I'm with, her car and two other people," said Leighann Duncan. Duncan and a friend brought half a dozen teens from Paducah to Lexington for UK's baseball camp.
In each case the thieves appear to have targeted electronics and then moved on to the next vehicle.
"The only thing I can see that they took was, we all had GPS, but they weren't in the window, they were under the seat. I guess they saw the cords," Duncan said
On Monday guests at two hotels in Hamburg woke up to a similar sight. One man had his truck stolen. It was returned that morning after the thieves got it stuck in a yard.
Lexington Police say they have seen an increase in car break-ins at parking lots across the city, not just at hotels. It's a pattern they see every year during the summer.
Police say the easiest thing you can do to deter thieves is removing anything of value from inside your car before parking.