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ADRIAN, MI (Toledo News Now) -
CrimeStoppers of Lenawee County is asking for the public's help with information about several car break-ins that have occurred in parking lots along M-52 north of the city limits of Adrian to M-50.
Since December 2012, law enforcement agencies in Lenawee County have taken several reports from vehicle owners on car break-ins. They say while inside establishments on M-52, someone breaks a window of their vehicle and then steals personal items, such as purses, laptops, wallets, and clothing items.
These break-ins have occurred mostly during the daytime hours.
At this time, investigators believe all of the break-ins are related.
Anyone with information is urged to contact CrimeStopper of Lenawee by calling 517-266-6161 or 877-276-8477, or texting to 274637 starting the tip with "Lenawee." Additionally, a tip can be left anonymously online. Any tips that lead to the arrest of the responsible person or persons will earn the tipster a cash reward.