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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- Car break-ins were a problem in the past, but several residents are saying they've been targeted recently.
In the Indian Village Neighborhood Association Facebook page, several neighbors posted their concerns.
One neighbor caught what looks like teenagers carrying backpacks on video. Because of this, Gene Wright said residents have been very careful.
"For a long time nobody would even park on the street. They would always park in a driveway, so it's always a concern and people are always cautious about leaving things in their car," Wright said.
Residents have contacted police and they are looking into the break-ins.
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