MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police are warning northeast Minneapolis residents after 21 vehicles were stolen since Jan. 1.
According to police, most of the stolen vehicles include nine Hondas (1990-1999), three Chevys (1990-2005), two Dodges (1995-2005) and one Toyota (2012). The other stolen vehicles were 1990-2005 models.
Of the 21 vehicles, seven had the keys inside with the vehicle running – or the keys were used through robbery or burglary. Nine vehicles were stolen without keys or by an unknown manner. Three vehicles were attempted stolen by peeling the steering column.
Police do not have any suspect information at this time.
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