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Crime50 cars stolen in 5 days: LMPD says it again – lock your cars

19:50  18 july  2019
19:50  18 july  2019 Source:   wlky.com

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Louisville Metro Police Department had the public play a guessing game to hammer in a point they say they've made over and over.

"How many vehicles do you think have been reported stolen in Jefferson County from Friday at 12:00 through today at 12:00?" a Facebook post from officials read.

The answer: 50. Dozens in just five days.

And most of the vehicles that were stolen were left unlocked, police said.

"We're going to beat this dead horse for awhile. LOCK UP YO STUFF," the post read.

This is not the first time the department has made this plea with the community.

After an uptick violence this summer, LMPD said a common link between a lot of the shootings was stolen cars, and some of the weapons used were retrieved from them.

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LMPD's latest stolen car count: 212 in the last month.
It looks like July has been a hot month for stealing cars. Louisville police have been on a relentless pursuit to stop car and gun thefts in the city, which have been steadily on the rise. The department has started a "9 p.m. routine" in which they remind everyone via Facebook not to leave guns in cars, and to make sure vehicles are locked. Last Friday, the Louisville Metro Police Department said 15 guns had been stolen in the week prior. The day before that, the department said 50 cars had been stolen in five days. Of those 50, police said most had been left unlocked. A map posted Thursday shows the city filled with dots representing each report of a stolen vehicle.

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