Reedley police strongly are advising residents to lock their vehicles after six recent burglaries in the city — all involving cars or trucks that were unlocked.
Police said the thefts occurred during both daytime and nighttime hours between Feb. 21 and Feb. 27. Most of the property targets has been small items that can easily be concealed, police said..
Four of the six thefts have occurred on, along or near Reed Avenue. Two of them have been along Olson Avenue.
One of the break-ins took place in the parking lot off Manning Avenue next to the Reedley High School baseball diamond. Items taken during the thefts have included wallets, cellphones, credit cards, work badges and pocket knives.
The Reedley Police Department reminds citizens to be vigilant in locking the doors to their vehicles, and removing or hiding any items of value. When possible, park vehicles in a garage or a well-lit area.