Port St. Lucie police are reminding drivers to remove anything of value in their car to minimize the chances of a break-in.
Police say seven vehicles were burglarized over a recent two-week span.
The smash and grab thieves targeted cars in public lots throughout the city.
Among the items taken were purses, headphones and a smartphone.
Locations of the burglaries:
10501 S US #1 (Applebee's), 4/24/18 between 4 pm- 7:30 pm, smashed window purse stolen.
1367 NW St. Lucie West Blvd (LA Fitness), 4/30/18 between 7 pm-9:13 pm Two cars smashed windows headphone, GPS, Radio, and book stolen.
1367 NW St. Lucie West Blvd (LA Fitness), 5/8/18 between 9:35 am-11:32 am, smashed window purse and iPhone stolen
250 NW Peacock Blvd (Gold's Gym), 5/8/18 between 6p m-7 pm, Two cars smashed windows purses and headphones stolen.
700 SW Carmelite Street (Swan Park), 5/8/19 between 6 pm-8:50 pm, smashed window two purses stolen.
Police think the suspects were driving a black Nissan Juke.
If you have any information about the crimes please call the Port St. Lucie Police Department at (772) 871-5001, Detective Chris Capozzi (772) 873-5230, or Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273 TIPS.
@PSLPolice investigating 7 smash and grab car burglaries throughout the City. #PSLPD warning citizens to remove all valuables from cars when they park at home or in public parking areas. pic.twitter.com/3N85xyLAR8
— Port St. Lucie PD (@PSLPolice) May 14, 2018