Pittsfield Police warn of string of vehicle break-ins

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PITTSFIELD — City police are reminding people to lock their cars in response to nearly a dozen reported vehicle break-ins in recent days.

Pittsfield Police Chief Michael Wynn said 11 vehicles were broken into between Friday and Monday.

Wynn said the breaks occurred in both the southeast and northeast sections of the city.

In all of the cases, Wynn said, the vehicles were unlocked.

In eight of the cases, there were no reports of items missing.

In the remaining three, items like electronics, cash and other items left in consoles or glove compartments were reported stolen.

All of the cases remain under investigation, according to Wynn.

Contact Bob Dunn at 413-496-6249.


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