Cops warn Hillsborough residents of car burglaries
HILLSBOROUGH, Calif. -- Hillsborough police are warning drivers to secure their property after two Sunday morning car burglaries.
A car was burglarized near View Haven and Southdown roads around 8 a.m., police said. The burglar smashed a window to gain access. About three hours later, someone broke the window of another vehicle in the same area to steal belongings from inside the car, according to police.
Police did not say what items were stolen from the cars, but they are looking for witnesses.
Anyone who saw any suspicious vehicles or people in the area on Sunday morning is asked to contact the Hillsborough Police Department at (650) 375-7470.
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