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Car, home burglaries and vehicle thefts reported in Highland Park

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Several cars and a home were burglarized and two vehicles stolen the same day this month in north suburban Highland Park.

Between 1 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. Wednesday, there were reports of several motor vehicle thefts and a single home burglary in the 300 block of Central Avenue and the 400 block of Park Avenue, Highland Park police said.

In the majority of these incidents, vehicles were left unlocked with the keys inside, police said.

The front door of the burglarized home was not secure, police said. Offenders entered the home and stole property while the victims were asleep.

Anyone who witnesses any suspicious activity should call the police at (847) 432-7730.

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