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After Rash of Thefts in Lower Merion, Police Remind Drivers To Lock Up Cars

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By Pat Loeb

LOWER MERION, Pa. (CBS) — Lower Merion police are once again urging residents to lock their cars, after an unusually high number of thefts from cars over the weekend.

Police say the 16 cars were not broken into — because they were wide open.   Thieves rifled through them and took whatever cash and valuables they could find.

The thefts were clustered in three neighborhoods — Belmont Hills, Overbrook Hills, and Penn Wynne — and took place between Friday and Sunday. There are no suspects.

Police want to remind you to park in well-lit areas, lock your car, and take cash and valuables with you.

If you have any information about the thefts, you can call Lower Merion police at 610-649-1000.

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