Morinville RCMP are looking into a rash of vehicle break-ins.
The thefts occurred in the areas of Grandin Drive and the Lakes in Morinville on Sunday (Aug.20) and Monday (Aug.21) night.
Based on the reported incidences, the suspects entered unlocked vehicles and stole wallets, loose change, sunglasses, cigarettes, and vehicle documents.
Police do encourage the public take pro-active prevention steps:
-Ensure your vehicles are locked and that all valuable are removed.
-Ensure adequate lighting in and around your home.
-Be aware of unfamiliar people walking, riding bicycles, or driving vehicles in your neighbourhood.
-Ensure your home, garage, and shed are locked even if you are home.
-Report suspicious people and thefts in a timely manner to the RCMP.
Anyone with information in regards these thefts should contact the Morinville RCMP at (780)939-4520 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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