Neighborhood Crime Watch

Unlocked vehicles and a willing thief tops tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch.
Ingham county's Wheatfield Township was the site of at least five cases of theft from vehicles.
Four of them happened on Noble Road, in the 16, 17, and 18 hundred blocks.
According to deputy reports, five GPS units, a check book, credit cards, a man's ring, and cash were stolen from four unlocked vehicles..
The fifth larceny from vehicle complaint came from nearby Bravender road.
A couple of other vechiles were broken into in Delhi township, one in the 44-hundred block of Holt road, a GPS unit was also among the items taken.
Just down the road in the four-thousand block of Holt road,, a Sirius radio, binoculars, sunglasses, and money were stolen from a vehicle parked in the driveway.
Delhi division deputies were also called to Rocky's Roadhouse bar at 24-70 Cedar street, someone broke in and stole money from vending machines.


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