Teens Arrested After String of Car Thefts

By Lauren Mickler

EUGENE, Ore. — Eugene police say they nabbed two teenagers who rifled through more than 30 cars in south Eugene.

Officers haven’t identified all the break-in victims yet, but the suspects admitted to stealing out of cars from 24th and Hilyard to the south end of West Amazon.

“In this case, a lot of these cars were left unlocked. And even though a lot of these victim’s didn’t have a substantial amount of property stolen, the cars that were locked didn’t have anything stolen,” said Officer Greg Calef.

Investigators still have lots of stolen property that still needs to be claimed.

If you live in that part of town and were a car break-in victim, call Eugene police.

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