Warren County Sheriff’s Office Cash, handguns, iPhone stolen from vehicles on Monday – The Vicksburg Post

Early Monday morning, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office obtained 4 separate experiences of things being stolen from vehicles.

Money, an iPhone, and two handguns had been reported lacking from 4 totally different vehicles round Halls Ferry, Fisher Ferry, and Lee Roads. Each handguns had been taken from unlocked vehicles.

Of the 4, just one car was locked on the time of the theft. A fifth car on Nailor Street additionally seems to have been a goal. Nevertheless, the property proprietor was alerted to exercise outdoors and reportedly scared people off.

Sheriff Martin Tempo was quoted asking the general public for help in stopping future thefts from vehicles.

“If anybody sees any suspicious vehicles or suspicious exercise of their space, please don’t hesitate to name 911,” he mentioned. “And as soon as once more, we urge residents to lock their vehicles. Unlocked vehicles are a goal, nationwide, for thievery.”

Tempo additionally talked about {that a} automotive alarm isn’t an alternative to locks.

“Most vehicles with an alarm is not going to sound if the car is left unlocked,” he mentioned.

If anybody has data on these latest thefts, please name the Warren County Sherriff’s Office at 601-636-1761 or Mississippi Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS.