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A central Ohio police chief is educating the community about a rash of car break-ins in Delaware County.
Genoa Township police chief Steve Gammill took to social media to tell residents that two organized groups of mostly heroin addicts are allegedly behind the car break-ins.
He says the criminals target vehicles in suburbs and malls because people often leave expensive items in plain sight.
He says arresting the thieves doesn't stop them, but only slows them down.
Gammill says the group often gets little to no jail time.
The chief encourages the community to remain watchful and always report suspicious activity.
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