Main Line Smash And Grab

RADNOR, Pa. (CBS) — A series of bold dinnertime break-ins in one Main Line community has authorities warning residents to safeguard their valuables.

Radnor Township police say since late January, thieves have hit at least nine vehicles parked in restaurant lots along West Lancaster Avenue — in the 200 block, at Town Center; the 300 block, at Chili’s; and the 500 block, at Eagle Village Shops.

Between 6 and 8PM, cops say cars and SUVs have had windows smashed; grabbed were laptops, iPods, clothes, and cash.

Police are adding extra patrols in Wayne and tell visitors and residents to lock such items in the trunk.

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  1. DHinton35 says:

    its s shame that people cannot go out anymore without a fear of getting robbed. i mean people used to be scared to go to the ghetto but now people are starting to get robbed in the suburbs too. I mean no offense to the ghetto because thats just the normal place it is expected for people to get robbed at, but i guess this goes to show that you must protect yourself and your assets where ever you go.

  2. Guess Who says:

    Nice interior on that car.

  3. herbg says:

    city element

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