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Livingston Police Respond to String of Vehicle Entries and Thefts

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston Police Department has responded to a number of reports of vehicles being entered in the last week.

According to police, most if not all of the vehicles were unlocked at the time of entry and minor items were taken from many of them. Police also stated that this is an issue that has been occurring in many surrounding towns.

Motor vehicle entries included:

  • One vehicle entered on Fellswood Drive. Items were removed and vehicle was unlocked.
  • One vehicle entered on Sykes Avenue. Stolen items included sunglasses and loose change. The vehicle appeared to be unlocked overnight.
  • Two vehicles entered on Ridgewood Drive. Change was taken from both and both were unlocked.  
  • One vehicle entered on Canterbury Road. Sunglasses and other items removed from the unlocked vehicle.
  • One vehicle entered on Camelot Drive. Some change and other items were removed from the unlocked vehicle.
  • One vehicle entered on Goodhart Drive. Sunglasses and other items were removed from the unlocked vehicle.
  • One vehicle entered on W. McClellan Avenue. Loose change was removed from the unlocked vehicle.
  • One vehicle entered on E. Cedar Street. Items were missing from the unlocked vehicle.

Police once again reminded residents to lock their cars and to remove keys or key fobs at all times while the car is not in use. All valuables should be removed from the vehicle as well. 

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