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State Police remind residents to lock cars, seek information on South Hanover Township thefts

Posted 7/24/19

Because of an increase in theft from motor vehicles in the area, Pennsylvania State Police are reminding motorists to always lock their vehicles and to store valuables in a safe location.

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State Police remind residents to lock cars, seek information on South Hanover Township thefts

The person seen here is a suspect in recent thefts from cars in South Hanover Township, according to State Police.
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Because of an increase in theft from motor vehicles in the area, Pennsylvania State Police are reminding motorists to always lock their vehicles and to store valuables in a safe location.

Thefts from unlocked vehicles are an all too common problem that can be prevented by simply locking your vehicle, according to a State Police press release.

They also suggest you always attempt to park in well-lighted areas, take valuables with you or place them in a well-hidden location.

The State Police press release said it encourages residents to follow these tips not just in public places, but in residential areas and at their own property as well.

State Police are looking for information regarding recent thefts from motor vehicles that occurred in South Hanover Township, Dauphin County, between July 15 and July 20. They occurred overnight in residential neighborhoods in South Hanover Township.

Contact State Police Harrisburg at 717-671-7500.