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Public asked to help prevent car burglaries


Last updated 6/5/2014 at Noon

The public was asked to do its best to help prevent car burglaries in Fallbrook at a special community meeting held May 29 at the Fallbrook Sheriff’s substation.

Detective Bill Yavno called the meeting after receiving crime analysis information showing that 70 percent of car burglaries in this area over the past six months involved vehicles that had been left unlocked.

“These have been crimes of opportunity and were very preventable,” Yavno said, explaining that there is no “crime spree” going on. “Our numbers are actually down five percent this year, it’s just that the publ...

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