Lebanon police believe the person behind a rash of car break-ins and thefts was driving this 2007 Toyota Camry. Anyone with information is asked to contact the department at 448-1212. 

LEBANON — Police are warning residents to lock up their cars and bring their valuable inside after a series of car break-ins all over West Lebanon.

Police started getting calls Thursday that cars had been broken into and valuables taken sometime in the overnight hours, according to police. The thefts were reported at homes on Seminary Hill, the Maple and Pleasant street areas, Quail Hollow, Romano Circle, Renihan Meadows and the Nature Walk Condominiums.

Police believe the thief is driving a dark colored 2007 Toyota Camry after officers reviewed surveillance video captured in one of the targeted neighborhoods.

Authorities are asking people who may have any other surveillance video or photos from the neighborhoods targeted to contact the Lebanon Police Detectives Division at 448-8805.

Anyone with information about the crimes or the suspect, or who may have seen something suspicious, is asked to contact the department at 448-1212.

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