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GREENWICH — Police are investigating after six cars were stolen from residents’ driveways overnight.
Three of the cars were taken in Central Greenwich, while the other three were stolen from midcountry.
Police said all six cars were unlocked with the keys inside.
Lt. Louis Pannone urged residents to not leave their cars unlocked.
“People need to be responsible,” he said. “Lock their cars and remove their keys. They have to be proactive. It helps us and it helps everybody else.”
Pannone said police are investigating whether the incident is related to other car thefts across the state.
“It’s hard to say, but it seems like it’s organized just because of the amount in a short period of time,” he said. “It definitely points toward some type of organization.”
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