Police said on Tuesday that they were dealing with a spike in break-ins and burglaries.
Police said that they believed a car break-in at Ballantrae Park could be tied to a spike in crime in the city, CrimeTracker 10’s Angela An reported.
A woman last week reported that her back car window was smashed in and her purse was stolen.
Police said that several people were seen on surveillance video at nearby stores using the victim’s stolen credit cards.
Police said that they have also received reports of nearly six daytime burglaries.
One resident, who lives on Riverside Drive, said that nearly $20,000 in electronics and gold jewelry was stolen from his home last week. He came home and found his garage door open, An reported.
The resident told police that he thought the burglar used pillow cases to carry away his belongings.
Police asked Dublin residents to be on the lookout for suspicious activity.
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