More car break-ins reported in Bainbridge and Decatur County




This is one of the cars that was broken into sometime on Tuesday evening, September 2. Used with permission. If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood, especially at night, call 911.
This is one of the cars that was broken into sometime on Tuesday evening, September 2. Used with permission. If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood, especially at night, call 911.
This is one of the cars that was broken into sometime on Tuesday evening, September 2. Used with permission. If you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood, especially at night, call 911.

Bainbridge Public Safety has received several more reports of vehicles being broken into the week of Sept. 1, 2014.

The latest were reported on Cameron Drive, Vada Road, Carter Street and Lake Douglas Road, according to BPS investigators.

In at least one of the break-ins, a window of the car was completely busted out, similar to other car break-ins reported in Bainbridge over the summer.

Decatur County Sheriff’s deputies, who have also dealt with break-ins over the summer, responded to three reports of car break-ins in the River Chase subdivision this week.

 

Report suspicious activity

If you want to report suspicious activity within Bainbridge city limits, call Bainbridge Public Safety at 248-2038 or fill out the tip form at the City of Bainbridge’s online Citizen Action Center.

If you live outside Bainbridge city limits, report possible criminal activity to the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office by calling 248-3044 or filling out the anonymous tip form on the Sheriff’s Office website.

 




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