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News - January 18, 2019

Auto burglaries, car thefts on the rise

Crime data for 2018 shows dip in residential burglary reports

by Kevin Forestieri

Reports of stolen vehicles and car break-ins rose in Mountain View in 2018 while residential burglaries took a dip, according to preliminary data released by the Mountain View Police Department.

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