Kentucky State Police Investigating Thefts In Carroll, Gallatin Counties

A rash of break-ins and vehicle thefts have been reported in six NKY counties.

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(Carroll County, Ky.) – Kentucky State Police are investigating a recent string of thefts in six northern Kentucky counties.

A rash of break-ins and vehicle thefts have been reported in Carroll, Trimble, Henry, Gallatin, Owen and Oldham counties.

KSP investigators say vehicles that have been entered were reported to have been unlocked. Vehicle owners are reminded to lock their vehicles and to secure weapons and other valuable items someplace other than in a vehicle.

Anyone with information about the thefts to contact the Kentucky State Police Post 5 at 502-532-6363.

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