The Bethel Police Department has recently responded to several reports of entry into unlocked. Anyone believing their vehicle has been disturbed or broken into, is asked not to touch the car and instead contact Bethel Police Dispatch. While officers are working to identify the persons responsible, police are requesting the community's help with preventing further incidents.
Residents are reminded to never keep any valuables inside an unoccupied car and hide or remove items such as phone chargers or smart accessories. Police says that should be done to prevent criminals from believing that the vehicle may contain an electronic device. Loose change should also not be visible. Most importantly, police say lock unoccupied cars.
Anyone with residential video surveillance systems is asked report any suspicious activity seen on the footage.