Greenville police officer G.T. Webb says obvious things like windows down and unlocked doors are an easy hit for a break-in, but so is what's visible from the outside. Officer Webb tells us items like a vile of prescription drugs or electronics can entice someone to try and get inside your car. Expensive stereo equipment also makes your car a target. It's sounds simple, but officer Webb says it's the common sense things people forget to do that often makes them a victim of a car break-in. Things like leaving a purse or cell phone out in plain view.
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