Park City suffers vehicle break-ins
Snowboard, other items lost in Old Town cases
March 10, 2017
The Park City Police Department during the workweek continued to receive reports of vehicle burglaries, including an unusual case that involved an initial break-in that did not result in lost merchandise until later.
The cases started in late February. The Police Department said officers are concentrating on the reports. Phil Kirk, a department captain, said valuables should not be left inside a vehicle in plain view. He also said drivers should lock the doors, describing that vehicle burglaries are oftentimes crimes of opportunity.
Some of the recent cases in Park City include:
Another case was reported on Lowell Avenue. Details were not immediately available.
"We're spending extra time trying to apprehend these suspects," Kirk said.
Anybody with information may contact the Police Department at 615-5500.
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