San Carlos sees rash of auto break-ins, majority of cars left unlocked 

The affluent suburb of San Carlos has seen at least 36 car break-ins since the beginning of May — and more than half of the thefts occurred from unlocked vehicles, police said.

The thefts happen mostly during the late evening and early morning and throughout the entire residential area of San Carlos, police said.

Last week, police arrested a parolee believed to have committed at least two car burglaries, but cops say there are other thieves involved.

Police are pleading with residents to lock their cars to avoid thefts.

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