The Commanding Officer of the 100 Precinct, Captain Charles Neacy, reported a recent spike in auto break-ins in Belle Harbor at this week’s Community Board 14 meeting. Neacy said that in several cases the victims left their vehicles unlocked overnight. Neacy reminded the public to secure their property and to avoid leaving valuables such as cell phones and laptops in sight. In this photo, an officer dusts a van for fingerprints after a so called smash-and-grab took place last weekend on Beach 122 Street and Newport Avenue.261p1_xlg.jpg

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