With the nicer weather approaching and school getting out, the Casper Police Department sees an increase in vehicles being broken into. Please remember to lock your vehicle at all times and take valuable items inside at night.
Sometime between March 20th and 26th, 2016, in the 400 and 500 block of North Lowell Street, several vehicles were broken into and items were taken out of them. One of the vehicles had a window broken.
In the last month, the Casper Municipal Golf Course, located at 2120 Allendale Blvd, has been vandalized five times. Someone has been throwing rocks through windows causing damage to the windows. Total damage so far is over $1000.00.
On Friday March 11th, at 11:21 in the evening, a dark colored SUV was traveling southbound on South McKinley Street. The SUV left the roadway and struck the front side of the residence at 2128 S. McKinley Street. The vehicle then fled the scene.
Sometime between February 2nd and 4th, February 15th and 16th and again on February 25th, nine train horns were stolen from BNSF Railway. The horns were on trains parked in the area of 888 Antler Drive. The total value of the horns is $7,155.00.
Sometime between February 9th and February 13th, 2016, an unknown suspect entered into a residence at 16055 Central Park Avenue in Natrona County and took several items. Those items included a queen size mattress, tire chains, new bathroom cabinets and a 12-gauge shotgun, totaling $1800.00.
Casper residents once again have been victim of their vehicle windows being shot out by BB Guns. Over the weekend, nine reports were taken by the Casper Police Department involving these types of crimes.
The Casper Police Department would like to remind people to be very cautious about leaving your running vehicle unattended during this cold weather. Leaving your vehicle unattended allows criminals easy access to stealing your vehicle.