Police: Dozens of cars broken into in Beaver Co. neighborhood, many left unlocked

Dozens of cars broken into in Butler County neighborhood

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — Dozens of cars were broken into in a quiet neighborhood in Beaver County overnight, and police believe there could be more victims out there.

Police think someone went from car to car in Cranberry Township’s Deer Run neighborhood Wednesday night, hitting at least 27 vehicles in the normally quiet area.

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According to investigators, neighbors did make it relatively easy for the thieves to get in. Officers said most of the cars were left unlocked.

Police believe someone just ripped through the streets, trying every car that was outside and taking anything of value inside.

Authorities are still taking calls in that area about the break-ins. They said the best advice is to lock up and protect your belongings.

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