Police Investigate Rash Of Burglaries

Danville Police want people to be on guard after a rash of burglaries.

The latest crime was reported Wednesday night on Count Fleet Circle.

The crime count is up to seven homes robbed in the past seven days in the usually quiet central Kentucky town of Danville.

And now, it's thought that all of the burglaries were pulled off by the same person.

On Sunday night, a resident chased an intruder from a home on Bluegrass Pike.

Police say homeowners should lock their doors and keep valuable things out of view.

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  • by jeff on Dec 14, 2007 at 01:17 AM
    Why lock your doors , they will just break them to get in. I know I have been broken seven times. The locked door did not stop them. Put your valuables in a safe. One they can not pick up. Thats what I think homeowners should do!
  • by Bart Location: Harrodsburg on Dec 13, 2007 at 03:00 PM
    Get out of Danville NOW! Danville and Boyle County for that matter, is a vile place! Lawlessness is the only rule! People kill each other, children are molested, women are beaten with pipes... all in a days work! Anyone will any sense about them will gather what little they need and flee Boyle County never to look back! You need only run a search for Danville to see some of the most shocking news that you will find anywhere! GET OUT NOW!


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