Goffstown Police say car thefts and break-ins up
Car thefts have more than doubled from this time last year, from two last year to five within the last month, according to Goffstown Police Captain Robert Browne.
The most recent theft was that of a 2011 silver Honda Accord sedan from a driveway on Eden Street in the overnight hours of June 11.
Three of the previously stolen vehicles have been recovered and police continue to investigate each incident.
The highest number of thefts has been in the Pinardville area, Browne said.
“These are total crimes of opportunity,” Browne said. “This is a reminder to lock and secure all doors.”
Police are investigating the remaining thefts and have a person of interest in one of them. Browne said alerts through Nixle and iNeighbor have been put out to residents to be on alert for any suspicious activity.
Police have aasked residents to contact them if they see any suspicious activity in their neighborhood. Anyone with information concerning the vehicle thefts is asked to contact the Goffstown Police Department at 497-4858.
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