Puyallup police are hoping residents will use greater caution when parking their vehicles to prevent thefts from car prowls. The numbers are approaching nearly 700 reports for various thefts from vehicles. Capt. Scott Engle advises people to avoid leaving their doors unlocked, and to hide valuables.
Puyallup police are hoping residents will use greater caution when parking their vehicles to prevent thefts from car prowls. The numbers are approaching nearly 700 reports for various thefts from vehicles. Capt. Scott Engle advises people to avoid leaving their doors unlocked, and to hide valuables. LEE GILES III Staff photographer
Puyallup police are hoping residents will use greater caution when parking their vehicles to prevent thefts from car prowls. The numbers are approaching nearly 700 reports for various thefts from vehicles. Capt. Scott Engle advises people to avoid leaving their doors unlocked, and to hide valuables. LEE GILES III Staff photographer

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