Five cases of windows broken, thefts from cars in Kitty Hawk

By on May 21, 2019

Locking your vehicle may not always be enough as police say at least five cases were reported of windows being broken and items stolen in Kitty Hawk over the weekend.

Police advice removing valuables, especially guns, if your vehicle is parked outside.

“Also, if you have a camera system at your home make sure it is working properly and you know how to retrieve recordings. These have proven extremely helpful to us in identifying suspects for past cases,” the Kitty Hawk Police Department wrote on Facebook.

“It takes a community, to protect a community. We are on duty 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you need us, we will be here.

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KHer

It would be nice to know WHERE in KH this happened. Beach side/sound side?