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After 23 car burglaries in one morning, Bryan Police urge people to 'lock it or lose it'

Investigators said they believe the burglaries are connected due to their locations. All of vehicles were unlocked at the time of the burglaries, police said.

BRYAN, Texas — Editor's Note: The above video is from the Bryan Police Department, published on June 4, 2019.

The Bryan Police Department is warning people: Lock your cars or be prepared to lose your valuables.

The department issued the warning after reports of 23 car break ins came in Saturday. Investigators said all of the vehicles that were broken into were left unlocked. A gun was stolen from one of the unlocked vehicles.

Most of the burglaries happened in the area of Montana and Old Hearne, according to information released by the police department. Many of the vehicles did not have anything stolen from them and police said they believe the same individual or individuals are responsible for many of the break ins due to how close the locations are to one another.

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Police said six vehicles were broken into on the 200 block of Kosarek and one of those vehicles had tools stolen. Nine vehicles were broken into on the 2900 block of Montana Avenue and one person's wallet was stolen. On the 4100 block of Old Hearne, six vehicles were broken into but the burglars only got away with loose change from one of those vehicles and on the 3100 block of East 29th Street, a gun was stolen from one of the two vehicles broken into.

If you live on or near any of these streets and you have surveillance video, Bryan Police would really appreciate a call from you. They are asking anyone with video surveillance to review the footage from April 3 at 10 p.m. to April 4 at 5 a.m. If you see something, say something. Call Bryan Police at 979-209-5300 or you can call Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS.

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