Connecticut State Police warn drivers to lock car doors after another attempted break-in


(WTNH) — Connecticut State Police are once again warning drivers to lock their car doors.

Troopers tweeted out video of an attempted break-in in Durham.

It happened early Saturday morning.Related Content: Cold weather warning from Waterbury Police could keep your car from being stolen

Anyone who recognizes the person shown in the video is asked to call police.

Officers say suspects are looking for easy targets, those being unlocked and easy-to-access cars.

The suspects are not smashing windows. They are simply opening up car doors and stealing things from inside.

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