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Bryan Police investigate after 23 cars were burglarized in one morning

Posted at 1:40 PM, Apr 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-05 14:43:09-04

BRYAN, TX — Bryan Police are warning residents to lock their doors after 23 cars were burglarized on April 4.

According to police, approximately 23 cars were burglarized on the morning of April 4.

All vehicles were believed to be unlocked at the time.

The burglaries on Montana and Old Hearne are likely related due to proximity of the offenses, police said.

The majority of the vehicles broken into had nothing taken.

Following is a list of the burglaries:

  • 200 block of Kosarek 6 vehicles – tools from one vehicle
  • 2900 block of Montana 9 vehicles – wallet out of 1 vehicle
  • 4100 block of Old Hearne 6 vehicles – loose change in 1 vehicle
  • 3100 block E 29th St 2 vehicles – gun stolen

"This is a reminder to remove items from your vehicle and lock your car doors. If you see or hear anything suspicious call police," said Bryan Police officer Kelley McKethan.

Police are asking anyone in these areas with video security cameras to view their cameras between the hours of 4/3 at 10:00 pm and 4/4 at 5:00 am. and report to the Bryan Police Department if they see anything suspicious.

The Bryan Police Department is asking anyone with information to contact the Bryan Police Department at 979-209-5300 or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS (8477).