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August 16. 2013 10:39AM

Lock up those cars and trucks, Goffstown residents urged

GOFFSTOWN – Police are urging residents to lock up their cars and trucks when they park them outside their homes after receiving about 20 reports of property being stolen from vehicles parked in the Pinardville section of town.

The thefts happened late on Tuesday and into the early morning hours of Wednesday in the Pinardville section, particularly along Holly, Roy, Laurel and Edmond streets.

Residents who find any personnel property that the thief or thieves may have tossed away are urged not to touch the items, but to call police so a proper investigation may be completed.

Police also are asking residents to give them a call if they see any suspicious activity.

Anyone with information about who may be responsible for the thefts is asked to call police at 497-4858.



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