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Boonville residents warned to keep eyes on security cameras and lock their doors amidst another uptick of suspicious subjects trespassing during the overnight hours

Published on April 02, 2024

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BOONVILLE- Residents should be vigilant amidst another uptick of suspicious activity during the overnight hours throughout the village, the Boonville Police Department warns.

A month ago, Officer in Charge Fred Robenski released a warning to residents to lock their doors and secure any valuable belongings during a spree of larcenies, where a group of suspects were reportedly rummaging through unlocked vehicles and stealing things like cash and personal information.

Several footage clips have been reviewed by police to verify these trends, where a group of suspects have been filmed on a number of security cameras throughout the village late at night.

The updated alert, which was issued Tuesday, April 2, 2024, suggests there are numerous complaints of suspicious activity occurring again during the overnight hours.

Specifically, more security footage clips have surfaced over the past few days documenting a group of subjects trespassing on private property.

Although there are no new confirmations of theft as of this report, Boonville Police Department is strongly encouraging residents to keep locking their doors and securing any personal property.

In addition, residents are encouraged to keep reviewing their security cameras and document anything suspicious.

Any such video footage and complaints should be directed to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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