In a span of five days, three vehicles in West University Place were broken into and burglarized — including a city vehicle.
All three burglaries happened overnight or in the early hours of the morning. In all three cases, items from inside the vehicle were stolen.
The first two burglaries took place on March 20.
The aforementioned city vehicle was discovered by a city employee who quickly alerted authorities. The second burglary took place near the 4100 block of Coleridge. The last car was burglarized in the 3100 block of Carnegie.
In all instances, information was gathered and processed.
Vehicle burglaries wasn’t the only theft that occurred in West U.
On March 23, an officer responded to a report of theft, fraud, and incident of trespass at the 3500 block of University. Further investigation yielded the news that a known subject entered the victim’s property, took the victim’s dog and possibly used the victim’s credit card without permission.