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Nine auto burglaries on Sunday
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There were nine auto burglaries in Manteca community on Sunday with a total of 20 break-ins since Thursday.

Manteca Police reported that shortly before 8 a.m. Sunday a car was broken into in the 300 block of Grant Avenue, and right after 10 a.m. another auto burglary occurred in the 700 block of Range Court.

At 12:45 p.m. a resident’s vehicle was victimized by burglars in the 2000 block of Holbrook Lane.  At about 1:30 p.m. another auto was broken into in the 600 block of Stewart Street.

Also a car was burglarized in the 1400 block of Pajaro Avenue followed by another shortly before 3 p.m. in the 2700 block of Nostalgia Street.  Within three minutes of each other there were two more shortly after 3 p.m., on Heather Court and in the 600 block of North Vasconcellos Avenue.

At 5:30 in the evening, owners of another victimized vehicle called police saying they had lost the contents of their car in the 400 block of Olympus Way.  

On Sunday a car was reportedly burglarized near Doctors Hospital of Manteca in the 1200 block of East North Street. At 11 a.m. another was broken into on Crestwood Avenue near the intersection with Lathrop Road.  Shortly before 10 a.m. Saturday a car was burglarized in the 1000 block of Locust Avenue some two hours after a car burglary in the 2200 block of Bellchase Drive.

Saturday at about 5 p.m. a vehicle was stolen in the 1100 block of Pepperwood Drive.  

On Friday there were two car burglaries:  the first at about 8:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Sutter Street and the second at about 12:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of Alameda Street.  On Thursday there were three auto burglaries with the first one occurring in the 800 block of Snowgoose Lane at 8 in the morning.

Three hours later another occurred in the 300 block of South Main Street followed by a break-in reported at 1 p.m. in the 500 block of Eastwood Avenue.

Police remind residents that they should not leave anything in sight - coins, gym bags, books, or packages. Even a towel left on the floor might lead a criminal to believe something value may be under it.

It can cost upwards of $300 to have a simple window replaced when it is smashed.