Car burglaries are on the rise in a number of communities as more people are down the shore. Somers Point is the latest community to reveal they have had an increase to their reports of vehicle break ins. Police remind residents that 90 percent of car burglaries happen when the vehicle is left unlocked. They also warn residents to leave anything visibly valuable out of sight.
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