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Police are warning the public to lock their cars following a rash of car break-ins last week.
The suspects still have not been apprehended and Shelbyville Police officer Istvan Kovacs cautioned citizens to keep their vehicles locked and not to leave valuables in their cars.
"It's just not a safe place to keep things," he said.
A total of 13 car break-ins occurred in the city altogether, with nine of them happening on June 26 and four on June 29.
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