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Majority of York County Car Break-Ins are Unforced Entry

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Unforced entry car break-ins are on the rise in York County.

Since 2011, 76% of all car breaks-ins have been unforced entry.

Thursday, the York County Sheriff’s Office announced an initiative to encourage people to lock their cars and avoid these break-ins.

It’s called “Lock It or Lose it.” They made small decals with the phrase that you can stick on your dashboard or in the windows of your car to serve as a reminder.

“Don’t set yourself up to be a victim” said York County Sheriff Bruce Bryant.

The decals are available at all York County district offices.

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