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CDA Police Investigating Series Of Vehicle Thefts

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Coeur d'Alene Police Detectives are investigating a series of auto thefts that occurred over this past weekend in the City. Four separate vehicles were taken from residential areas sometime over night between January 28th and the early morning hours of January 29th.

Vehicles stolen:

White, 2 door, 1989 Acura Integra, ID plates K4664127- vehicle has a 6" dent in the rear driver's side quarter panel. It was taken from the 2000 block of E. Goldleaf Ln.

Dark green, 1995 Honda Prelude with tinted windows, ID plates K492831. Taken from 1300 block of Indiana Ave. This vehicle was recovered by Spokane County Sheriff after being located abandoned at a business in Greenacres WA.

White, 2 door, 1990 Acura Legend, ID plates 7BG7916. Has a University of Idaho decal in front windshield and a large Acura symbol in the rear window. Taken from the 300 block of E. Lakeside Ave.

Teal, 1991 Honda Accord with tinted windows, ID plates K472960. Taken from the 500 block of Lakeside Ave.

All of the vehicles were locked, and the owners had the keys their possession. If anyone has any information on these thefts they are asked to call the Police Department at 769-2320.

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