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Watauga County Sheriff’s Office Warns Residents About Vehicle Break-Ins PDF Print
Written by Adam Hicks   
Friday, 24 April 2009 10:51

With a beautiful weekend on tap in the High Country, a detective with the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office wants to urge residents to be careful while venturing outdoors.

 

The detective told High Country Radio there have been several vehicular larcenies at area swimming holes.  He explained that many residents leave valuables in their cars and don’t lock the doors while they are swimming.

 

Authorities are urging residents to lock their car doors and not to leave purses, cameras, wallets, cell phones, or other valuables in their vehicle.

 

Many of the break-ins have been reported at area hotspots like Hebron Rock Colony, Trash Can Falls, and others.

 

  
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