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3:44 AM Thu, Nov. 22nd

Unlocked homes, cars, businesses in Prescott targeted by thieves

Prescott police seek the suspects in a series of burglaries of unlocked homes, vehicles and businesses in Prescott over the past several weeks.

"The majority of the burglaries have occurred on the north side of Prescott," Prescott Police Lt. Ken Morley said.

The thieves are primarily stealing small electronics and cash.

People should lock their doors, watch for suspicious activity, and immediately report anything of concern to po-

lice by calling 445-3131 or, in emergency situations, by dialing 911.

The Prescott Police Department offers a Property Watch Program, which provides increased patrols when residents are away from home, available at no cost to anyone who lives within Prescott city limits. For more information about the program, call 777-1900 or talk to someone at the front counter of the Prescott Police Department station at 222 S. Marina St.