News Release: Thomasville Police Department
Thomasville, Ga. -- On Monday, March 17, 2014, at approximately 7:00 A.M., Thomasville Police Officers responded to Baytree Estates in reference to an entering Auto. Upon arrival, officers made contact with two victims on Baytree Drive, who stated that their vehicles had been entered. A resident at 162 Baytree Drive told officers that as he leaving for work, he discovered that paper work from his vehicle was laying wet on the ground. He then discovered that his vehicle, which was left unsecure had been entered by unknown persons. It was Unknown if anything was taken from the vehicle at the time of the report.
On Monday March 17, 2014, officers spoke with a resident at 95 Baytree Estates in reference to an entering auto. The resident was not aware that her vehicle had been entered until she was notified by officers who were checking vehicles in the neighborhood. The resident stated that that her prescription pills had been stolen and that a house key had been taken from the key chain. The victim told officers that her vehicle was left unsecure.
On March 17, 2014, officers responded to 59 Ivey Place where three vehicles had been entered. A victim told officers that a wallet containing currency and personal information was taken from her vehicle. This vehicle was left unsecure according to the victim.
On March 17, 2014, officers spoke with another resident at 59 Ivey Place In reference to an entering auto. The victim told officers that her vehicle had also been entered and that money was taken from a purse during the incident. This vehicle was left unsecure by the victim.
Om March 17, 2014 officers spoke with another victim at 59 Ivey Place In reference to her vehicle being entered. The victim told officers that medication was taken from the center console of her vehicle. This vehicle was left unsecure.
Thomasville Police Investigators and Crime Scene Investigators processed all scenes.
We are encouraging citizens to secure windows and doors of their vehicles at all times. It appears that these thieves were checking for unsecured vehicles to enter. Also we advise people not to leave valuables in their vehicles.
Anyone with information about these crimes can call The Thomasville Police Criminal Investigations Division at 227-3302 or CRIME STOPPERS AT 227-3305.