West Windsor Police Department warns residents of car thefts


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The West Windsor Police Department is seeking the public’s help in solving a rash of car thefts and car break-ins that occurred in the Penns Neck neighborhood between Nov. 24 and Nov. 25.

Two cars were reported stolen and several cars were entered by burglars in the Penns Neck neighborhood, police said. All of the cars were unlocked. Police are urging residents to keep their cars and homes locked.

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Police are asking residents to check any video surveillance cameras that they may have to help solve the crimes. Residents should call the police department if they see any suspicious activity or anything abnormal.

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