Thieves Break Into Dozens Of Cars At Sacramento State University

Dozens of people that parked overnight at Sacramento State University woke up to a very rude surprise this morning after thieves smashed the windows on at least 30 vehicles.

By austind03 on October 1, 2018
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Many people that parked at Sacramento State University over the weekend woke up to a rude surprise…

According to KCRA 3, at least 30 cars had their windows smashed overnight. The break-ins occurred inside lot 10 on campus, and the thieves rifled through many of the cars glove boxes.

Police first discovered the attacks around 3:30 am after an officer heard a car alarm blaring. They are currently patrolling the area and placing business cards on the vehicles so victims can call when they find the damage.

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However, this is the second time in less than a month that thieves broke into cars at Sacramento State University. KCRA reports that two people smashed several car windows on September 12th of this year. Those two also participated in a series of thefts all across the campus.

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