A late-night crime spree in northern Washington County was part of what continues to be a headache for local residents and law enforcement officers.
A total of 42 vehicles were broken into on July 24, according to Washington County Deputy Sheriff Jackie Robinson.
The thefts took place between midnight and 7 a.m., according to Robinson’s report, and numerous items were taken from the vehicles, including a purse, some compact discs, cash and change, a GPS device, some airsoft guns and other items.
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