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Were you a victim of auto burglary? Tracy Police may have your property
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The Manteca Police Department is working with Tracy Police Department to locate any additional victims of recent vehicle burglaries or thefts, so their property can be identified and returned to them.

Suspects were recently arrested in Tracy and a large amount of property has been recovered. The recovered property is believed to have been stolen from vehicles in the cities of Manteca, Tracy and Lodi, over the last two months.

If you have been a victim of a vehicle burglary or theft which occurred in Manteca during the past two months and have not filed a police report, please contact the Manteca Police Department at (209) 456-8100 to report the crime.

On Wednesday, May 2, and Thursday, May 3, between noon and 2 p.m., the Tracy Police Department will be displaying recovered items. Manteca Police Detective Jason Bonetti will be at the event to assist any victims from Manteca thefts recover their property. Victims will be required to bring a copy of their police report with a description of the stolen items to claim their property. There are approximately 35 car stereos, 10 amplifiers and 15 speaker boxes as well as several head rest TV monitors and miscellaneous tools currently in evidence. Items not claimed will eventually go to an auction house.

The Tracy Police Department is located at 1000 Civic Center Drive in Tracy directly opposite Tracy High School on 11th Street.