Ohio Co. Residents Urged to Lock Vehicles Amid Recent Break-Ins

The break-ins occurred in a particular area.

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(Ohio County, Ind.) – The Ohio County Sheriff’s Office is reminding area residents to lock their vehicles.

According to Sheriff Glen Potts, a few vehicles have been broken into recently along Nelson and Poorhouse Road. The vehicles that have been broken into have been unlocked, according to the Sheriff’s Office.

Area residents are urged to lock their vehicles and make sure valuables are not stored in your car.

To report a vehicle break-in or suspicious activity, call the Sheriff’s Office at 812-438-3636. 

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