Elizabethtown police are reporting a spike of unlocked vehicle break-ins in neighborhoods throughout the city.
EPD spokesman Virgil Willoughby said officers have responded to 24 vehicle break-ins since last Friday with four of those occurring Thursday.
Of those 24, Willoughby said just one case involved forced entry.
“(There was) just one where somebody broke a window to get the property,” he said.
Possessions reported stolen include credit cards and electronic items, such as GPS systems and iPads, Willoughby said.