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In the nighttime hours of March 26 and/or March 27, multiple cars were broken into throughout Pacific Beach and Mission Beach. Two cars (a Honda and a Chevy) parked on Chalcedony Street had their driver's side windows smashed. One of the cars had their trunk broken into as well. Items stolen were stolen from each car.

In the same time frame, an SUV parked on Mission Boulevard in Mission Beach had its passenger's side window smashed, but nothing was reported stolen. Unconfirmed were similar break-ins to two other cars: one parked on Pacific Beach Drive and another car in Mission Beach

Police were notified, but did not appear at any of the scenes to take reports.

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BigBadWolf March 28, 2009 @ 3:03 p.m.

Don't leave anything in your car if you aren't going to park it in a garage. Simple as that. If you do, thanks. I can't wait to get a heck of a deal on your stuff on eBay. San Diego cops are seeing a record shortage in staffing. Crooks are breaking into car all day and night long. If they get caught, they are out the next day. It's called BUDGET. The City doesn't have one to hire cops and the state doesn't have one to incarcerate non violent offenders. Bottom line, park your car in a garage or leave the windows down. It is only going to get worse.

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