BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - Bryan police are continuing to investigate more vehicle burglaries.
The latest round of burglaries happened Wednesday west of Finfeather Road and in downtown Bryan.
Earlier this week, nine vehicles were broken into in the Cottage Grove area.
Police say vehicles are being left unlocked.
"It's just sad to hear that people want to do that or have to do that," said Kaleb Bosley, who lives next door and experienced the same problem last week.
He said crooks went through his girlfriend's car after it was accidentally left unlocked.
"She drives down the street and calls me to let me know that her car had been gone through,” he said. “Her middle console and the glove box were just scattered everywhere. Things were thrown all over the car. Luckily nothing of value was taken but it's still kind of just a scary, invasive situation."
Another car was burglarized down the street in the 1000 block of West Villa Maria. In downtown Bryan a report was made on East 27th Street.
Bosley and neighbors now say they'll be on guard.
"I just make sure that the lights are left on I kind of try to take a peek outside every now and then if I'm awake at night and just let everybody know like my neighbors and everybody what's going on,” he said. “And just try to kee the community informed about what's going on,” said Bosley.
Police ask residents to be on the lookout for suspicious activity. If residents have surveillance cameras in these neighborhoods they are asked to review their footage.