Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

By Jimmie Earls
Pine Bluffs Post Editor 

Area car burglaries on the rise


Jimmie Earls/Pine Bluffs Post

The Laramie County Sheriffs Department says residents should keep valuables like cell phones, purses, computers and tools out of sight in unattended vehicles as a series of car burglaries have taken place over the past few weeks. Authorities say break-ins have taken place in the Burns and Carpenter areas and residents should report any suspicious vehicles to the sheriffs office.

The Laramie County Sheriffs Department is urging area residents to keep their vehicles secure and not to keep valuables visible through windows after a series of car burglaries in Burns and the surrounding area.

"Just to let you know, and I'm sure the town is aware of this, there have been some car burglaries in the past few days," said Deputy Emily Stojak to Burns Town Council on March 14. "One of the vehicles was unlocked and another one was locked. I'm not sure how they got in, I did not take the report, Sergeant McPherson actually took the report. I would just advise everybody to lock u...

For access to this article please sign in or subscribe.


Reader Comments


Powered by ROAR Online Publication Software from Lions Light Corporation
© Copyright 2019

Rendered 06/19/2019 04:47