Police caution city about vehicle break-insSuperior police are warning people to guard their personal belongings when leaving their vehicles on Wisconsin Point.
Superior police are warning people to guard their personal belongings when leaving their vehicles on Wisconsin Point
Historically, there have been frequent reports of theft from motor vehicles on Wisconsin Point. As the weather has become warmer, the police department has already received numerous reports of thefts from vehicles on Wisconsin Point, according to a news release issued Friday.
Frequently the suspect or suspects break windows in the vehicles to gain entry into them. For this reason, people are advised to removed valuables such as money, jewelry, wallets and purses, and electronic devices) from their vehicles. It is good advice anytime you leave your vehicle parked for an extended period of time regardless of the location, said Capt. Chad La Lor.
If people feel they must leave valuables in their vehicles, they are advised to secure them in the trunk or location where they won’t be visible. Citizens should check their vehicles frequently when they park them on Wisconsin Point and leave them unattended.
Citizens are asked to call 911 immediately if they observe suspicious people or vehicles on Wisconsin Point. They are asked to attempt to get the license number of the suspicious vehicle and to provide a description of the vehicle or person when calling 911.