Local police reprimanding unlocked cars

Oak Forest residents may now receive a pamphlet under their windshield wiper that kindly advices them not to leave their cars unlocked. Oak Forest Deputy Police Chief Dominic D’ambrosio shares the department’s objectives and rationale behind the “Lock it or Lose it” program.


A car in Wichita displays a “Lock it or Lose it” flyer. Oak Forest is beginning a similar program. (KWCH-TV photo)


2 Comments to “Local police reprimanding unlocked cars”

    Dirty Mike & Boys said:
    April 14, 2013 at 10:09 AM

    Love her description of her disgusting "mommy van." Reminds me of the following link.
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