Several cars were broken into in Watertown on Friday, Aug 30.
The largest number of break-ins occurred on Commonwealth Road where someone entered seven vehicles the previous night and rummaged around inside. Only one had items stolen, said Watertown Police Lt. Michael Lawn, but the items were later found on a neighbor’s front lawn.
car parked in a Dexter Avenue driveway was broken into but nothing was reported
missing. The car had been unlocked.
An Edenfield Road resident reported that a small first aid box was taken from a car left unlocked.
Another break-in occurred on School Street. The owner found the passenger door slightly open and the glove box was rummaged through, but nothing went missing.
Police encourage residents to lock their car doors and anyone with information on the break-ins should call the Watertown Police Department at 617-972-6500.