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A rash of burglaries around the University of Cincinnati’s Uptown campus has university police on high alert this holiday season. Police, in turn, are asking college residents to take precautions to protect their belongings
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CINCINNATI – A rash of burglaries around the University of Cincinnati’s Uptown campus has university police on high alert this holiday season. Police, in turn, are asking college residents to take precautions to protect their belongings.
The majority of break-ins are occurring Thursday through Sunday between the hours of 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and then in the evening between 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., according to campus police.
What’s increasing the number of these burglaries, police suggest, is that a number of residences are unlocked at the time of the offense. Also, most entries are being made through rear windows and side doors.
The department offered these burglary prevention tips:
Police also state many of the burglaries are committed by juvenile offenders who can reach and climb through openings residents might not consider.