Multiple car breaks have occurred recently, and cops are saying to be on the lookout—and lock your cars.
There have been numerous car breaks over the past two weeks in Northborough, said Sgt. Det. Brian Griffin of the Northborough Police Department. Most of these break-ins occurred in the Northgate neighborhood, and between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m. In all cases, said Griffin, the doors to the victim's cars had been left unlocked. GPS units, cash and loose change appeared to be the targeted items taken. In one vehicle, power tools were taken. Police are working on leads at this time, and would encourage residents to report any suspcious activity to police at 508-393-1515.
At least a handful of cars have been broken into in the Fiske Drive area.
Two men were arrested early Tuesday morning, Aug. 23, for allegedly stealing items from a parked car on Fiske Drive, according to Northborough police.They are also suspected of roughly eight other break-ins in the area. The area of the break-ins—Fiske Drive and surrounding streets—is a 50-plus community. Christopher S. Hunt, 20, 50 Mill St., Maynard, and Christopher P. Maier, 19, 23 River St., Northborough, were both charged with breaking and entering into a vehicle, larceny, possession of a burlgarious instrument, receiving stolen property and disturbing the peace. On Tuesday at approximately 3:11 a.m., Officer Kostas Agiomavritis and Sgt. Joseph Galvin responded to a report of a car break-in-progress on Fiske Drive. The caller said that …