COCOA BEACH POLICE: Most Recent Auto Burglaries Are Due To Unlocked Vehicles

By  //  August 10, 2016

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Brevard and surrounding counties have seen an increase in auto burglaries and theft and Cocoa Beach is not alone.

Brevard and surrounding counties have seen an increase in auto burglaries and theft and Cocoa Beach is not alone.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA – Brevard and surrounding counties have seen an increase in auto burglaries and theft and Cocoa Beach is not alone.

Most of the burglaries in Cocoa Beach, especially in the neighborhoods, are to unlocked vehicles.

In all of the auto thefts, the owners/drivers left their keys or key fobs in their vehicles.

Simple Crime Prevention Tips:
• Lock your vehicle doors
• Do not leave your vehicle keys inside your vehicle

“Our team is working diligently with our law enforcement partners to identify the individuals responsible, and charge them appropriately,” said the Cocoa Beach police in a release.

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“We have stepped up patrols and are utilizing various other police tactics in an attempt to prevent or mitigate these property crimes. The community is our “eyes and ears” on the streets as we work together to reduce crime, catch criminals, and improve our quality of life.”

If you have any information regarding these crimes, please contact the Cocoa Beach police Communications Center at 321-868-3251.

CLICK HERE for more crime prevention tipsfrom the Cocoa Beach Police Department.

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