The Winder Police Department is currently investigating a series of car break-ins that occurred between October 13 and October 19.
Police took six entering auto reports on the morning of October 13. The incidents took place on Courtyard Circle and Harrison Lane.
The following day, police took two entering auto reports from victims on Ryan Road and Woodlawn Avenue. A third incident was reported on North Broad Street.
In each of the cases, the victim had left the vehicle unlocked. No damage was reported to any of the vehicles.
None of the items reported stolen had any identifying marks and no physical evidence was recovered from the scenes.
Inv. Rachel Love said none of the cases have yet to be assigned to an investigator due to the fact that police have no evidence and no leads at this time.
“We continue to ask that people secure their vehicles and keep valuables out of sight,” Love said.
Several additional entering auto reports were made during the past week. It is not known if the incidents are related to the previous cases.
On October 17, a car break-in was reported on Meadowbrook Drive. The following day, car break-ins were reported on West Athens Street and Ryan Road. A fourth incident occurred on October 19 on Fairview Avenue.
Other incidents investigated by Winder Police this past week include:
• verbal dispute on Williams Street.
• financial transaction card fraud on North Broad Street.
• entering auto on East Midland Avenue.
• fraud on May Street.
• forgery on North Broad Street.
• domestic dispute on Baskins Circle.
• damage to property on West Athens Street.
• shots fired on Alexander Street.
• verbal dispute on Woodlawn Avenue.
• shoplifting on Monroe Highway.
• damage to property on East May Street.
• shoplifting on North Broad Street.
• harassing phone calls on Gainesville Highway.
• suspicious person on Ambassador Circle.
• noise complaint on Capital Avenue.
• forgery on Broad Street.
• financial transaction card fraud on Apperson Drive.
• burglary on Glen Avenue.
• criminal trespass on Lacey Lane.
• harassing phone calls at a Williams Court address.