Lock Your Car: Multiple Vehicle Burglaries Reported In Beulah

December 31, 2013

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents to lock their vehicle doors after several car burglaries were reported Monday morning in the Beulah area.

“There were several cars opened and rummaged through in the area of Fort Deposit Drive and Bridlewood Road,” Sena Madison, spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Office said. “(There was) very little taken, but it’s always good to remind people at any time to lock their doors and not leave valuables in their vehicles.”

Anyone with information about the burglaries is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (850) 433-STOP or the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office at (850) 436-9620.


10 Responses to “Lock Your Car: Multiple Vehicle Burglaries Reported In Beulah”

  1. james on January 1st, 2014 6:34 pm

    carpet people stopped by my house today,driving a dark color mini van

  2. perdido fisherman on January 1st, 2014 4:36 pm

    Reality, It’s not unusual for tradesman to keep a $1000.00 or more worth of tools in thier car. I don’t see why that’s so hard to believe. There are several meth heads and polysubstance abusers who live in that area, not to mention some teenagers who live in that area who will rob you blind…

  3. steve on January 1st, 2014 11:04 am

    please also be on the lookout for door to door people trying to clean your carpet. we had them visit yesterday. dirty gray car with no company with no business going to peoples house. report all activity in our area!!!!

  4. Harry on January 1st, 2014 7:25 am

    O please come to my house, would love nothing more than to find you in my truck , but remember one thing before you open my door. It will probably be your last door your every open .

  5. Jane on January 1st, 2014 5:08 am

    I like it, Robert S., Lock it or lose it is exactly right….why would you leave a car or house unlocked? Two things save lives and your “stuff,” they both have locks on them…seat belts and door/windows!

  6. jeff bergosh on December 31st, 2013 2:29 pm

    Our subdivision right across the street from NFCU was hit in October, lots of people lost lots of stuff…..

  7. reality on December 31st, 2013 1:53 pm

    It certainly is sad that the vehicle was broken in to, but who keeps $1000 worth of stuff in a car unless its a high grade audio system that the unhooked and stole?

  8. Anonymous on December 31st, 2013 1:28 pm

    I live near the Equestrian Center and we got hit also.

  9. Johnny on December 31st, 2013 9:29 am

    My wife made the mistake early in the year of leaving one of our cars unlocked. The crack head across the street stole about $1000.00 worth of stuff out of the car. The girl knows that we know she did it. She also hit one of our neighbors cars too. The cops took prints and the usual police report. They couldn’t do anything do to lack of evidence plus her prints were not in the system. luckily her kids were taken away and she moved. It was a life lesson. Please double or even triple check your vehicle before you retire for the evening. People will steal anything that’s not nailed down.

  10. Robert S. on December 31st, 2013 7:41 am

    Two easy things, one may save our lives the other may save our “stuff”:
    “Click it or ticket”
    “Lock it or lose it”

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