Spate of "Car Prowls" Reported in Henderson
HPD: Money, electronics, weapons stolen from vehicles
Henderson Police are urging residents to lock their vehicles, after a spate of thefts. WNIN’s John Gibson has details:
The HPD says officers responded to three break-ins -- referred to as “car prowls” -- on the north end of town Monday.
They say money, electronic devices, and identification documents were stolen.
On Tuesday, Henderson Police say officers responded to ten car prowl calls in the area of The Hills and Wolf Hills subdivisions.
Those thefts included money, computers, electronics, identification documents, tools, and two firearms.
Victims reported a group 3-to-5 individuals walking in the area between the times of midnight and 5am.
The Henderson Police Department reminds everyone to lock doors and don’t leave valuables or firearms in your vehicle.
Anyone with more information or possible video is asked to contact Henderson Police at 270-831-1295 or Crime Stoppers at 270-831-1111.