Ramapo Town Supervisor and PD Chief Spearhead Vehicle Break-In Prevention Efforts

Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michael Specht and Police Chief Martin Reilly issued a joint release on Tuesday regarding a recent rash of vehicle break-ins. The letter reads as follows:

In recent weeks, there have been a number of weekend vehicle break-ins across certain sectors of the Town. Some of these incidents happen late Friday night into Saturday morning. To help protect yourself against being victimized by such incidents and to help the Ramapo Police Department in its investigation of these break-ins, please do the following:

– Keep your vehicle locked and do not leave valuables in it.

– Set the video cameras on your property to the correct date and time.

– In case of a break-in, call the Police Department immediately or as soon as possible.

– Contacting the police is important because your timely information, including possible video evidence, may help the Police Department to track down and arrest the perpetrators of break-ins in the area.

– If you are not calling as the break-in is in progress, use the PD’s seven-digit number at 845-357-2400.

The Ramapo Police Department and its partners in law enforcement are taking proactive measures to help stem this problem, and timely information from the public can help the PD deploy the appropriate resources to help stop these incidents and arrest those responsible for them.

Thank you,

Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michel B. Specht.

Ramapo PD Chief Martin Reilly

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