It is not the way you want to start your day.
Several College Station residents woke up Thursday to find their vehicles had been broken into.
Police say 13 vehicle burglaries were reported overnight.
Most happened in south College Station on Purple Martin Cove, Starling Drive, Lorikeet Court, and Bridle Trails Court. Police say mostly families live in that area.
Crooks got away with electronic items; like navigation devices, stereos and iPods.
The College Station Police Department say it usually works two or three vehicle burglaries per night. Police also say they are starting to see burglars target residential neighborhoods instead of apartment complexes.
Police remind you not to leave any valuables in your vehicle, especially in plain sight.
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