Monday, January 6, 2014
LOCK YOUR CAR - BE ALERT - IF IN DOUBT - CALL PBSO
The following information is from Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Detective Michael Antinoro, concerning vehicle burglaries.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office reports there has been several vehicle burglaries since the end of November, in Century Village to unlocked vehicles. The burglaries have occurred on four different nights being report in the morning. The suspect(s) committed a few burglaries each night. All of the vehicles were unlocked.
The burglaries have occurred at Easthampton E, Norwich’s, Sheffield’s, Stratford O, and Canterbury J areas. These areas are in the northeast portion of Century Village, which is north of the Haverhill Rd. gate.
For the most part small items and change has been stolen from these unlocked vehicles. The burglaries are occurring in the late hours, after at night, up to
The Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office is asking for you to lock your vehicles and do not leave anything of value in sight.
If you see any younger persons walking around vehicles late at night, who you know does not live at your building, please call the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office non-emergency number at 561-688-3400. This would be considered a suspicion person call.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office needs your assistance in apprehending the suspect(s) causing these crimes. Please be observant to your surroundings.
If you see a person (especially a younger male) walking around vehicles late at night, you should call the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. Attempt to see what the person is wearing, what the person looks like, and where the person is going to. This is needed so the dispatcher can give the information to the Deputy who is responding to the call.
Your assistance would be greatly appreciated in helping the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office keep your community safe.
Detective Michael Antinoro