EASTON, Conn. -- Several cars were broken into in a neighborhood in Easton this week and last week, according to police.
On Monday, July 17, at 6:10 a.m., a homeowner called to report his car was broken into overnight. The car was left unlocked roadside to his residence on Northwood Drive, police said. About $15 to $20 worth of change was taken out of the car, he told police. The trunk was left up and open, which caught his attention, police said.
On the morning of Wednesday, July 12, someone reported that three of his vehicles had been entered while parked in a driveway on Woodend Drive, police said. All three vehicles were rifled through, but it didn't appear that anything of significant value had been taken, police said.
That same day, it was reported that two other vehicles on nearby Vista Drive were entered during the early morning hours. Among the items stolen were cash, a bank card, an identification and cell phone chargers, according to police.
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