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Numerous items that were stolen in recent car burglaries on the Northside have been recovered, thanks to a vigilant caller.
Someone notified police early Monday morning that two young men were trying to open car doors in the area of 38th and Douglas. There'd been a string of burglaries in that area over the last few weeks.
Police were able to find a 16 and 17 year old who are now charged with burglary and theft.
Detectives will be attempting to recover additional stolen property taken over the last several weeks. If you would like to inquire about item that belong to you, you can call the police department's property section at 712-279-6440
In two days, at least 12 different cars have been broken into. Police say a thief or thieves, is going from car to car stealing lap tops, GPS, cash, even handicap license plates. And the victims all have one thing in common, they've let their doors unlocked. Police say the burglaries are taking place in a concentrated area on the north side, between 28th Street and 36th Street.
Sioux City Police believe the suspect is walking up to people's cars and seeing if the doors are unlocked. That's why hiding your valuables under your seat or even in the glove compartment doesn't mean it's safe.
"Most of the cars they go through are ransacked. Stuffs thrown all over. They're looking for just something quick, valuable that they can take and just walk away," said Chad Sheehan, crime prevention officer.
Officer Sheehan says make sure to lock your doors, and take anything of value you out of your cars. Sheehan says it's not just cars parked on the street getting broken in to, its cars in driveways too . So if at all possible, try and park in a well lit area, under a street light or in the garage.
If you know anything regarding any of these car burglaries, you are urged to call Sioux City Police, or you can leave an anonymous tip by dialing 712-258-TIPS.