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Peachtree City Police Department
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7/21/2011 3:46:00 PM
Email Subject:
Entering autos and how to deter them

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The Peachtree City Police Department has recently experienced an increase in the number of calls reporting a theft from motor vehicles.  Within the last few months, we have received several calls reporting vehicles being entered in both public parking lots and residential driveways. 

The Peachtree City Police Department is committed to doing everything possible to protect your property and apprehend those responsible. However, we need your help to help reduce the opportunity for these types of crimes. To help prevent the theft of property from your vehicle please remember the following:

 

  • ALWAYS lock your vehicle doors, even if you are parked in your driveway.
  • Never leave anything of value in plain sight (GPS units, laptops, cell phones, purses, wallets).
  • Put valuables in the trunk before you park. Never after you park, (thieves may be watching you).
  • Lock trunk-bed toolboxes.
  • When possible, park your vehicle in your locked garage.
  • If your must park on the street avoid dark or isolated areas.
  • If at all possible only carry the items you need while you are out.  Leave items such as Social Security cards, extra checkbooks, extra credit cards, and extra keys at home. Once thieves have possession of these items you can continue to be victimized.

 

If you are the victim of a vehicle break-in, follow these steps:

 

  • Step away from the vehicle and contact the police.
  • Don’t touch the vehicle or anything inside the vehicle to avoid damaging possible evidence.
  • If identifying items were stolen from your vehicle contact your bank and credit card company immediately and advise them of the theft.
  • Keep a list of important numbers such as, the numbers to your bank and credit card companies, and serial numbers to all the electronic items you own. 

 

Public Information Officer- Captain Rosanna Dove

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The Peachtree City Police Department has recently experienced an increase in the number of calls reporting a theft from motor vehicles. Within the last few months, we have received several calls reporting vehicles being entered in both public parking lots and residential driveways.
The Peachtree City Police Department is committed to doing everything possible to protect your property and apprehend those responsible. However, we need your help to help reduce the opportunity for these types of crimes. To help prevent the theft of property from your vehicle please remember the following:

ALWAYS lock your vehicle doors, even if you are parked in your driveway.
Never leave anything of value in plain sight (GPS units, laptops, cell phones, purses, wallets).
Put valuables in the trunk before you park. Never after you park, (thieves may be watching you).
Lock trunk-bed toolboxes.
When possible, park your vehicle in your locked garage.
If your must park on the street avoid dark or isolated areas.
If at all possible only carry the items you need while you are out. Leave items such as Social Security cards, extra checkbooks, extra credit cards, and extra keys at home. Once thieves have possession of these items you can continue to be victimized.

If you are the victim of a vehicle break-in, follow these steps:

Step away from the vehicle and contact the police.
Don’t touch the vehicle or anything inside the vehicle to avoid damaging possible evidence.
If identifying items were stolen from your vehicle contact your bank and credit card company immediately and advise them of the theft.
Keep a list of important numbers such as, the numbers to your bank and credit card companies, and serial numbers to all the electronic items you own.

Public Information Officer- Captain Rosanna Dove
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PCPD is investigating numerous entering autos and thefts from them. Please help by taking protective measures to deter criminals as outlined in the email.