Sheriff's office investigating burglaries in Sierra Vista area - Tucson News Now

Sheriff's office investigating burglaries in Sierra Vista area

One of the areas in Sierra Vista where the robberies took place. (Source: Tucson News Now) One of the areas in Sierra Vista where the robberies took place. (Source: Tucson News Now)
One of the areas in Sierra Vista where the robberies took place. (Source: Tucson News Now) One of the areas in Sierra Vista where the robberies took place. (Source: Tucson News Now)
COCHISE COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Cochise County Sheriff's Office is warning residents to keep their cars and homes locked after receiving several reports of burglaries in the Sierra Vista area.  

CCSO told Tucson News Now, there were a half dozen burglaries. The most recent two were in Ranchos Carmela Estates near State Highway 90 and Coronado, and the others were in the Ramsey Canyon area.

CCSO officials say the burglaries all took place during the day, while the homeowners were gone.

Investigators believe all the burglaries are connected. Because the suspects enter the homes from an unlocked back door or break-in through the back door.

"We are asking our residents to keep your car locked when you are not in it, even though it is in your driveway," read a post on the agencies Facebook page.

The sheriff's office says it's following leads on several active cases, and urges anyone with information to call them at (520) 432-9500.

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