Sheriff: Lock your vehicles at home

   Thieves broke into 22 vehicles in River Oaks Subdivision overnight Thursday, April 30-May 1, Sheriff Skipper Osborne told Matagorda County Commissioners Court Monday.
   While burglars rummaged through several vehicles and took nothing, items were taken from eight vehicles located on the interior River Oaks streets, the sheriff’s department reports.
   Items taken included cash in the form of coins totaling $60 to $100, a Garmin GPS, a purse, two pair of Jordon tennis shoes - one red and black size 11 and the other red and white size 11 – and a black wallet containing $200 in cash. 
   All of the burglarized vehicles, the sheriff noted, were unlocked.
   He recommends that county residents should begin locking their vehicles at home.
   Anyone with any unreported information - such as suspicious vehicles in the area around these dates - that might lead to identifying suspects involved in these burglaries, should contact Sgt. R. Worthey, Matagorda County Sheriff’s Office
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