Police Warn of Warm-up Thefts in Milton
Two vehicles were stolen from Milton driveways on Thursday morning, say Halton police, who are reminding residents about warm-up thefts.
Both incidents involved vehicles left unattended and unlocked.
The thefts took place between 8:20 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
It takes less than a minute for a thief to steal a vehicle when it’s left unattended.
If you’re warming up your car, lock the doors or install a remote starter, advise police.
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