Six vehicle burglaries reported in Bryan's Pecan Ridge neighborhood

BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX)- Bryan police believe a number of car break-ins reported on Friday may be connected. At least 6 vehicle burglaries were reported Friday, according to the department's daily significant activity report.

According to officers, the suspects opened unlocked cars on Major, Choctaw and Elliot Street. There was an attempted car burglary made on South Pioneer. Nothing was taken because the vehicle was locked. Most of the break-ins happened in the Austin's Colony neighborhood.

Investigators are asking residents in the area to check their security cameras. If you have anything captured on video, you should call the police department at 979-209-5300.

Another car had its window smashed on Elliot. Items were taken from an unlocked vehicle on Archer Circle, as well.

A 7th vehicle burglary was also reported to Bryan police in another area of town. That incident happened in the 2200 block of Woodville Road near N. Texas Avenue. It was reported just after noon. Officers say the vehicle was left unlocked.

Officers with the department told KBTX they want to remind people to lock their cars and hide any valuables. If you have any information about these burglaries, please call the Bryan Police Department or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS.