Police Investigating Car Break-Ins at a Mall in Burlington
Hide your valuables, Burlington shoppers.
Or you may return to find that GPS, laptop, or amazing shoes you snagged at 60 per cent off - and got tired of lugging around so you dropped them in the backseat and went to grab a bite in the food court - are gone.
Halton police are warning residents about a number of thefts from vehicles at Mapleview Centre on Jan. 4.
Six reports came in from the west end mall — unknown suspects broke into cars by smashing windows, say police.
Residents - and visitors - are being reminded to ensure valuables are out of sight or removed from vehicles.
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