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Monday June 13th, 2016 :: 02:36 p.m. PDT


Theft from parked vehicles is a common crime, but many cases are preventable. Tips to not be a victim.

Theft from parked vehicles is a common crime, but many cases are preventable. Below are a few tips

Never leave your car unlocked, or the windows open.

Never use a “Hide-a-Key” style box on your car.

Never leave home or office keys in your car. The keys, along with any identifying paperwork left in the car could lead a thief to your home or business.

Never leave the garage door remote accessible in your vehicle. Treat it just like a key to your home.

Never leave valuables in clear view. Even a few coins in the cup holder or a gym bag on the seat might appear valuable to the thieves.

Avoid leaving your car in an under-used or unattended lot

When at your home, park inside of a garage if possible. Lock your vehicle and close/lock your garage door. If parking in a garage is not an option, park in your driveway or on the street in front of your home. Leave outdoor lights on or use motion sensing lights.

Following the above tips will greatly reduce the likelihood that your vehicle will be targeted. Most thieves won’t break into a locked vehicle if it appears there is nothing inside worth taking.

If you see any suspicious people or vehicles in your neighborhood, please contact the Temple Sheriff’s Station at (626) 285-7171

Temple Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
8838 Las Tunas Drive
Temple City, CA 91780
(626) 285-7171




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LASD - Temple Station, Los Angeles County Sheriff
8838 Las Tunas Dr
Temple City, CA 91780

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8838 Valley Blvd
Rosemead, CA 91770

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