Investigators in one north Mississippi County are looking for thieves who have been riding all-terrain vehicles to break into cars at night.
WHBQ-TV reports that at least two dozen vehicles in a rural area of southern Panola County have been burglarized in the last month. Riding four-wheelers may allow thieves to escape undetected across fields and back roads.
Resident Dexter Johnson says he heard an increase in four-wheeler traffic about the time the burglaries began, but didn’t realize some of the riders could be thieves. Investigators are having a hard time distinguishing between nighttime joyriders and suspects.
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Automated game cameras took pictures of at least two potential suspects, but sheriff’s deputies say they believe more people are involved.
At least four locations have been burglarized twice.
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