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DCSO seeks tips, security video after La Pine-area string of thefts from vehicles

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La PINE, Ore. KTVZ) -- The Deschutes County Sheriff's Office is seeking information and surveillance video after several overnight thefts from vehicles a few days ago in the La Pine area.

Deputies said in a Facebook post Saturday that the three thefts occurred from vehicles in the areas of Leona Lane, Howard Lane and Meadow Lane.

The thefts likely took place between 9 p.m. Tuesday and 5 a.m. Wednesday, deputies said.

Sgt. Jayson Janes said there were at least three victims, and as is often the case, "it does appear the vehicles were unlocked."

Those who have any information or live in the area and have surveillance cameras are asked to call the non-emergency number at 541-693-6911, referencing case No. 20-121905.

"DCSO would like to remind people to remove valuables from their vehicles and lock your vehicles when left unattended," deputies added.

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      1. He is probably correct on this. I too, live in the area off Day Road. While my trucks have never been broken into. My mail has been stolen on several occasions. The mail thief was a man and wife who lived off Day Road. The husband spent a few years in prison for this crime. DCSO will catch the person(s) I have no doubt. The people who were stolen from NEED to file complaints with the DA to make sure they do the time.

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