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August 12, 2013

Unlocked cars broken into along Lake Road in Porter, Wilson

Niagara County Sheriff's deputies responded to several reports of items stolen from unlocked cars parked at homes along Lake Road.

A Wilson man on the 2700 block of Lake reported that overnight Friday someone entered three unlocked vehicles and took an iPod from one of the them. 

On Sunday, a resident in the 2400 block of Lake reported that overnight Saturday someone took $130 from his wallet left in his unlocked pickup truck.

Also on Sunday in the 2400 block of Lake, a resident reported that overnight Saturday someone took a $350 digital camera and a $250 GPS unit from their unlocked car.

A deputy noted that periodic checks of the area will be conducted by deputies.

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