Several vehicles burglarized in the Jeremy Ranch neighborhood
Items were recovered strewn across the road
March 21, 2017
The Summit County Sheriff's Office is warning residents to be diligent in locking their vehicles after deputies responded to eight separate incidents where vehicles were burglarized in a Snyderville Basin neighborhood on Monday.
According to the Summit County Sheriff's Office, unknown suspects entered several unlocked vehicles in the Jeremy Ranch neighborhood.
The doors were left open on many of the vehicles and some stolen items were found strewn across the road, the report states.
Some of the victims' credit cards were used at various Walmarts in the Salt Lake area. An investigation is ongoing.
Earlier this month, deputies responded to at least seven separate incidents where a vehicle was reportedly accessed in the Silver Springs and Bear Hollow neighborhoods. However, in most of those cases, the vehicles were not damaged and nothing valuable was taken.
Residents are encouraged to report any suspicious people or vehicles in their neighborhood to the Sheriff's Office non-emergency dispatch at 435-615-3600.
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