WATCH: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey Advises You to Make Sure Your Car Doors are Locked

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SHERIFF IVEY: Car thieves, like home burglars, look for easy targets

ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey discusses the importance of locking your car door to avoid burglary and K9 Junny eating your cheeseburger.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey discusses the importance of locking your car door to avoid burglary – and K9 Junny stealing your cheeseburger.

Car thieves, like home burglars, look for easy targets. Car owners obligingly leave doors unlocked, windows open, or their keys in the vehicle.

Criminals usually do not want to be seen, heard, or take an excessive amount of time to break-in.

No security device is foolproof, but good vehicle security can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a victim.

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Carjacking is a violent, random form of auto theft. A driver of any vehicle can be a target for anyone with a weapon. It can happen anywhere, day or night.

If your vehicle is broken into or stolen, please inform local law enforcement immediately. Stolen vehicles are often used in the commission of other crimes.

Quick action may not only aid in the recovery of your vehicle but also prevent its use for illegal purposes.

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