Most people in Sunny Cal don't lock their vehicles, because it has been a rare situation when vandals and thieves do their job. It could be things are changing. Time will tell.

Following a rash of breaking and enterings and cases of vandalism in Grantsville and around the county, Kaye Yoak of White Pine reports that someone took objects and caused damage to her truck parked in front of her parent's residence Wednesday night.

"Someone stole the bag phone, broke the antenna, stole my MagLite and scratched the roof of my truck," she said.

A report has been filed with the State Police.

"Just thought you might want to warn your readers to lock their vehicles for their own protection against theft," she concluded.

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