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6 vehicles broken into, 1 stolen during one night in Needham

Needham police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles at night and not leave valuables inside after a half-dozen break-ins occurred in one night in the Massachusetts town. Police say at least six vehicles have been broken into in Needham since late Friday evening into Saturday morning. The break-ins took place in the areas of Clarke, Forest, Glendale and Winding River roads. Needham police also said a vehicle was stolen from Needham, but that vehicle has since been recovered. The community was located in Needham that night, police said. The Needham Police Department encourages residents to always report any suspicious activity they may see. “Most suspects are in and out of a vehicle in less than 15 seconds, so it is imperative that you call us immediately if you see something,” Needham police wrote in a social media post. Any Needham residents who have home surveillance video showing people walking in their driveway are urged by police to call 781-444-1212. Related story:

Needham police are reminding residents to lock their vehicles at night and not leave valuables inside after a half-dozen break-ins occurred in one night in the Massachusetts town.

Police say at least six vehicles were broken into in Needham between Friday evening and early Saturday morning. The break-ins took place in the area of ​​Clarke, Forest, Glendale and Winding River roads.

Needham police also said a vehicle was stolen from Needham, but that vehicle has since been recovered.

Additionally, another vehicle stolen from a nearby community was found in Needham that night, police said.

The Needham Police Department encourages residents to always report any suspicious activity they may see.

“Most suspects are in and out of a vehicle in less than 15 seconds, so it is imperative that you call us immediately if you see something,” Needham police wrote in a social media post.

Any Needham residents who have home surveillance video showing people walking in their driveway are urged by police to call 781-444-1212.

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