The Manatee County Sheriff's Office reported five more vehicle buglaries in Lakewood Ranch.
According to sheriff's office reports, sometime overnight on Oct. 13-14, unknown suspect(s) entered vehicles on Winding Woods Way and Yellowtop Drive. One was unlocked; the other four had their windows smashed. Once inside, the suspect(s) stole electronic items, including a GPS, iPods, cameras and laptop computers.
All vehicles were processed for prints. No one reported seeing or hearing anything suspicious during the night.
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