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Police are warning residents to lock their vehicles after several vehicles were burglarized and others were stolen overnight in a Woodstock subdivision.

The Woodstock Police Department said several vehicles were reported burglarized in the Applewood subdivision during the early morning hours on Wednesday.

A few vehicles were also stolen in the Applewood subdivision, police said. They did not specify exactly how many were stolen and burglarized.

“We are working to identify those who are responsible for the thefts and burglaries,” the Woodstock Police Department said in a statement.

All of the vehicles burglarized were left unlocked.

All of the vehicles stolen were both unlocked and the keys were left inside of them.

The police department urged residents to lock their cars, garages and homes to prevent these crimes.

“Burglary and theft are crimes of opportunity. Furthermore, NEVER leave your keys in your car unlocked,” the department said.

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Anyone with information regarding the crimes is asked to contact the Woodstock Police Department non-emergency number at 815-338-2131.