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New Castle Police Warn Residents Against Leaving Valuables In Cars

New Castle Police warn locals of break-ins of parked cars at Gedney Park and a bike trail lot on Station Place.
New Castle Police warn locals of break-ins of parked cars at Gedney Park and a bike trail lot on Station Place. Photo Credit: Google Maps

CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- A rash of vehicle break-ins have led New Castle Police to warn local resident not to leave valuables in their parked cars even if they are locked.

Police said three parked vehicles had their windows broken on Friday, one at Gedney Park and two at bike trail lot on Station Place at Route 120.

Each of the vehicles had a bag visible in the interior of the car, according to police.

Pocketbooks were stolen from two of the vehicles, said police.

The break-ins occurred around 1 p.m. while the parks were in use, according to police.

Residents are advised to remove valuables or place them in the trunk before securing their vehicle.

If anyone has seen suspicious activity in the area of these thefts, they are asked to contact New Castle Police at (914)238-4422.

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