BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio — The Broadview Heights Police Department is warning residents to not leave their cars unlocked after several residents over the weekend reported their cars were stolen from their driveways.
On Sunday, police said several cars were stolen from driveways and a garage.
All the vehicles were unlocked and had keys in them when they were stolen.
Residents were warned not to leave keys in their cars as vehicle thefts continue to be an ongoing issue in Broadview Heights and other cities across Northeast Ohio.
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