REDDING, Conn. -- A rash of burglaries, seven in Redding in the last three months, has residents on edge and police warning them to make sure they lock their doors and their homes are secure, according to the Redding Pilot.
Police said the burglaries could be the result of a person, or group of people, getting out of jail and committing the crimes, said the Redding Pilot.
Police Chief Douglas Fuchs said the town usually averages about 10 burglaries a year, said the Redding Pilot. Most of the incidents have shown no sign of forced entry, Fuchs said, implying some of the homes may have been unlocked, the Redding Post added.
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