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Packages Stolen From Front Porches In Petaluma Neighborhood

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A UPS driver delivers a package in San Francisco. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

A UPS driver delivers a package in San Francisco. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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PETALUMA (CBS SF) — Petaluma police are warning residents about a series of recent package thefts in the northeastern part of the city.

Packages were taken from the front porches of three homes on Tahola Lane, Princeville Court and Rainier Avenue, according to police.

Additionally, police said, items including electronics were stolen from parked cars over the weekend. Some of the cars had been left unlocked.

Police said all of the thefts happened at night.

Investigators are reminding residents to lock their cars and avoid leaving valuables in plain sight. They are also asking anyone who witnesses suspicious activity—especially someone following a delivery truck—to call police at (707) 778-4372.

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