Monday, April 29, 2013
Phone chargers, money and other items were stolen from vehicles in the south end of the village Wednesday night or early Thursday morning.
The south end of the village was hit by a string of auto entries Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. The thieves broke the windows of three cars, and entered another 11 cars by opening unlocked car doors. Here are the details of the auto entries reported to Whitefish Bay police:
Monday, November 5, 2012
Credit cards, electronics and loose change were stolen from some cars, while other cars were rummaged through without any theft.
Unlocked vehicles continue to be targeted in Whitefish Bay. In last week's police report, 20 vehicles were reportedly entered in the time between Oct. 21 through Oct. 29. Two cars were stolen and eventually recovered in Milwaukee. Shorewood police have also seen recent car break-ins and auto thefts. Whitefish Bay police received another 10 reports of illegal vehicle entries in the past week:
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Residents are targeted when they leave their cars unlocked. Electronics and change are the most common items taken.
Updated 8:09 p.m. Tuesday with two additional thefts Whitefish Bay has experienced more than a dozen thefts from unlocked cars in recent days, and police have a simple solution: Lock your car doors. “It comes in waves,” said Sgt. Dale Daczyk of the Whitefish Bay Police Department, on Monday. The village is right now seeing such a wave, he said. Whitefish Bay police have received more than a dozen reports in the last week alone. (Note: Locations on the map represent the block in which a theft occurred, not the exact address.) Daczyk said the problem is not unique to Whitefish Bay; other North Shore communities are experiencing the break-ins too. (See associated story on Shorewood Patch). Dacyzk said the thieves are targeting vehicles that …