WAGGA police in recent days have locked up a several people they believe responsible for a number of break-ins and car thefts, but they are urging the community not to let down their guard.
The warning comes as at least one Wagga Baylis Street business was targeted by thieves overnight Wednesday.
Duty officer, Inspector Darren Brand, said Wagga residents should make sure they secured their houses when leaving for the day and locked their cars overnight after removing all valuables.
There have been repeated reports of thieves entering unlocked homes.
And on Tuesday, two teenagers allegedly stole a wallet containing $700 that was left unattended in a car at the Ashmont Mall.
Inspector Brand said it was most important, also, for people to report suspicious behaviour to police immediately.
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