Neighborhood Crime Watch

Tonight's News Ten Neighborhood Crime Watch begins in Jackson County where sheriff's deputies were called to a car repair shop in the three-hundred block of East South Street.
The owner reports that ten vehicles that are parked on the property were broken into,, vehicle owners are being contacted to find out what's missing.
The Ingham County Sheriff's Office has a business break-in on it's hands.
A thief got into Schram's Auto Parts at 13-25 Cedar street, and stole cash and a television.
Ingham deputies are also working a theft report from a homeowner in the two-hundred block of East Sherwood road in Williamstown Township.
Someone stole a musical keyboard from their garage.
A couple of brave criminals hit a home in the 84-hundred block of Windsor highway in Eaton county.
They broke into the home shortly after the husband went to work and the wife went to bed.
The suspects got in thru an unlocked door, left open for the couple's son who was to arrive home shortly.
The thieves made a noise that woke the wife, who got up and closed a lower level door and went back to bed.
The suspects eventually made their way up to the home's second level, and left thru a slider door with the wife's credit cards and a laptop computer.

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