Centerville police say burglaries are up 157% from 10 year average
CENTERVILLE, Utah — The Centerville Police Department says they have seen a dramatic increase in burglaries and theft in the past two months.
They said in a Facebook post that they have taken 76 burglary cases so far this year. According to the post, this is an increase of 157 percent from the ten-year average starting in 2011.
In wake of the increase of burglaries, Centerville police advise that people not leave valuables in unattended vehicles. They also say to lock doors and report any suspicious behavior to police.
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