WAVERLY, Neb. (KOLN) – The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Workplace is investigating a lot of automotive break-ins in Waverly this week.
LSO stated between Tuesday night time and Wednesday morning there have been a lot of automotive break-ins in Waverly, a bulk of the instances contain unlocked vehicles.
Investigators are reviewing video footage from house owner’s utilizing doorbell cameras. In a single case, a automotive was unlocked in an open storage, the place a suspect stole $300 in cash and a loaded pistol.
LSO stated doorbell footage exhibits folks pulling on the door handles of vehicles and when it did not open, the folks moved on.
Investigators stated the suspects have been rummaging by way of open vehicles and in one other case stole bank cards.
A number of the break ins occurred on N 152nd Street, 145th and Crimson Gauntlet Streets, 143rd and Paris Streets and 143rd and Lancashire Streets.
LSO reminding the neighborhood to cover valuables and lock your doorways. In case you see one thing suspicious, name 911.
Investigators are asking anybody with details about these break ins to name LSO at (402) 441-6500.