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Police deal with rash of car break-ins

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Residential burglaries down

By Tom McDonald

Las Vegas has seen an increase in vehicle break-ins over the holiday season, Interim Police Chief Christian Montaño said Monday.

Residential burglaries, however, are comparatively down, he said.

In November and December, 28 vehicle burglaries were reported in town, compared to only 13 during the same two months a year earlier. In a news release issued last week, Montaño warned that the break-ins were occurring to “unlocked and unattended” vehicles.


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