Six similar break-ins in one county in the east and authorities say they all appear to be related.
Tuesdays morning, Pitt County Sheriff Neil Elks, will talk about the recent breaking and entering cases.
Elks talked to the media over the weekend warning residents about suspected safecrackers targeting homes that sit far back from the road.
The most recent case happened Friday night at a home on Reedy Branch Road.
Elks says Crimestoppers' signs have been posted in areas where the thefts have occurred.
It's an effort prompt witnesses to provide information that will lead to an arrest, without them having to give their name.
Crimestoppers can offer up to $1000 for information, on any crime, that results in an arrest.