A spate of property crime throughout the city has reignited messages from police to lock-up.
Superintendent Bob Noble said throughout the weekend officers responded to multiple property thefts.
"Mainly around the eastern part of Wagga and Kooringal, [there] was a number of break-and-enters, cars broken into and other thefts," he said.
"Police were very active, being in those places where we think crime might occur and engaging with those that we think may be involved.
"We encourage anyone who might have information to contact police."
Superintendent Noble said police are working on angles, and "have some ideas as to who was active".
"We just encourage people to be mindful of their personal and property security," he said.
"Keep the doors locked, lock your cars, don't leave keys in your car, don't leave valuables in your cars, and whilst you are in your home, secure your keys in a place that can't be easily found."
The research from the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research shows from June 2018 to June 2019 break and enter into dwellings decreased from 714 to 634 compared to the previous 12 months.
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