Police warn public after four attempted break-ins on Friday in Dexter

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DEXTER, Mich. – Police are urging Dexter residents to be vigilant after four attempted home invasions on Victoria Drive were reported on Friday, June 17.

An unknown person cut through screens on back sliding doors trying to break into area homes, according to the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office. All of the doors were locked.

“WCSO Deputies are actively investigating all of these incidents and have increased proactive patrols in the area,” wrote Community Engagement and West Operations Supervisor Sgt. H. Eugene Rush on the Sheriff’s Office social media.

The incidents are thought to be related to two other attempted home invasions that happened in the same area.

Read: Police investigating after Friday morning home invasion in Dexter

Residents are encouraged to lock the doors and windows of their homes and cars, and to report suspicious activity or people, officials wrote.

Those in need of emergency services should call 911. Non-emergency services can be reached at 734-994-2911.


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