On August 24, 2004 five cars were broken into in the 100 block of the 31-W Bypass. Over $4,500 worth of stereo equipment was taken.
Police say thefts from vehicles continue to be the most widespread crime problem in Bowling Green and Warren County. They also say this type of crime is one of opportunity.
You can reduce your chances of becoming a victim by locking your car, removing your valuables, and being selective about where you park.
If you know anything about these break-ins, call Crime Stoppers at (270) 781-CLUE or log onto www.bgky.org/crimestoppers.
You could earn up to $1,000 for your anonymous tip.
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