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Car Windows Shattered In String Of NW OKC Break-Ins

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Police investigate string of car break-ins. Police investigate string of car break-ins.

Oklahoma City police are investigating a string of car break-ins in a metro housing addition.

Neighbors said at least five cars were hit on one street, and police believe there could be more victims.

A lot of people who live in the River Bend subdivision near Northwest Expressway and Council started off their weekends with busted car windows.

We're told this wasn't the first round of break-in's for the area.

“So I woke up Friday at 9 a.m. and I walked out,” said Jordan Hutchinson.

And Hutchinson saw the back window of his Toyota Tacoma shattered in his driveway.

“I thought someone did it out of retaliation,” said Hutchinson.

But that wasn't the case, and Jordan's truck wasn't the only target.

“I realized I had been broken into,” said Hutchinson. “Around three of my neighbors had been broken into, too.”

“Someone knocked on my door and told me my car had been broken into, and so was their's right across the street,” said Jordan's neighbor, who didn't want to be identified.

He said he and his wife walked out of their home to not one, but two windows busted out of their Ford Flex.

“I found out a neighbor across the street, then I found out another neighbor across the street, then I found out probably another neighbor across the street,” he said.

“And it wouldn't surprise me to find that we've got a lot more out there,” said MSgt. Gary Knight with Oklahoma City police.

Master Sgt. Gary Knight also said even though several neighbors in the addition claim to have had their cars broken into, only two filed a police report.

“Regardless of how little their loss was or how insignificant they may think it is, we want to hear from them,” said Knight.

“It's getting pretty bad, it really is in this neighborhood,” said Hutchinson.

A lot of people who live in the addition tell News 9 they are seriously considering getting surveillance cameras around their homes, especially after this latest crime spree.

It can cost anywhere from $200 to $400 to replace a car window.

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