Chesterfield Police investigating many automobile break-ins

CHESTERFIELD, Mo. – A sequence of motor vehicle split-ins more than the weekend in Chesterfield have citizens and police on alert.

“Late Friday night into Saturday mornings, we experienced calls for individuals had entered cars and trucks and stolen items and we experienced two autos stolen as properly,” claimed Sgt. Keith Rider, Chesterfield Law enforcement Section. “All these cars and trucks had been in the identical normal region and left unlocked. The kinds that were being stolen, the important fobs were being left in the motor vehicles.”

Chesterfield Police gained phone calls about a sequence of motor vehicle break ins in excess of a selection of neighborhoods like Glenfield Ridge Courtroom and Woodcliffe Position Travel.

Two vehicles ended up stolen.

FOX 2 obtained word that tried crack-ins occurred in the Clarkson Valley subdivision and Timber Place Court docket.

“Back in the aged days with keys, persons would try to remember to lock their vehicle and go in,” Rider mentioned. “With a crucial fob, it’s effortless to forget about but we have to make that reminder to provide that important fob within with us. These individuals who arrive to do these things are not hotwiring cars and trucks. They are heading for the straightforward targets, which is an unlocked car or truck and keys still left in the auto.”

Together a stretch of Chesterfield Valley is a indicator reminding citizens to “Lock It or Shed It.”

“What we see is a whole lot of doorbell cameras turned into us and a group will lover out and, on their way,” Rider explained. “Once they get in, they’re seeking for the evident areas you look for valuables: glove compartments, back seats. A person factor we do see a good deal of instances these people are armed as effectively, pretty much with guns in one particular hand and examining door handles with the other. If we can get this out to the general public is do not confront them, simply call 911 and we’ll be out there.”

Chesterfield Law enforcement are asking anybody with doorbell cameras that could have noticed something to call authorities.