Your car is a target!

Real Estate Agent with Coldwell Banker RS318386

Car break-ins have been occurring in Haines Acres, Fayfield, and Yorkshire.  This post to inform you that your vehicle and personal belongings are in jeopardy! The criminals have already hit 40-50 vehicles and do not show signs of slowing down as more cars were burglarized this week.

What are the police doing about this?

I called the Springettsbury Police Department and spoke with Sergeant Wilbur.  Sergeant Wilbur informed me that the department has additional cruisers patrolling the area over night and that they have more cops in plain clothes on foot in hopes of apprehending the assailants.  They have some  

I asked how I could help them stop these criminals from striking again and I was told to share the following things.

1. Lock your car, most of the cars were unlocked.

2. Remove valuables from the vehicle.  Broken windows have been reported to gain acces to items laying on seats.  

3. Listen for barking dogs in the late night hours

4. Report any suspicious activity to the Springettsbury Police department at (717) 757-3525


Be safe and stay aware of the people in your neighborhoods


Coal Infantino

Coldwell Banker

(717) 676-5545


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Sam Shueh
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Most police reports center around car breakins. I am surprised many ladies leave their purse inside their car on drive way unattended,

Aug 10, 2016 02:03 AM #1
Diana Zaccaro
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It always amazes me when I heard of car breakins since most are unlocked and many even leave the keys in the ignition! That is just asking for trouble and even if the valuables are in the trunk, it gives the thieves easy access to that area as well.


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