Car break-ins eyed


Lake Oswego Police responded to approximately 15 reports of car break-ins in the Mountain Park and Westlake neighborhoods on July 25.

Reports of car vandalism followed three days later at Oswego Pointe, where police responded to a report of people with flashlights looking into cars. No suspects were located, but four cars had windows broken out.

In the rash of break-ins, police are reminding residents not to leave anything of value unattended in cars. It is equally important that serial numbers of items such as laptop computers and GPS units be recorded in a safe place in the unfortunate event that they are stolen, increasing the likelihood of their recovery.