NORMAN, Okla. - Residents of a Norman neighborhood are trying to spread the word following a string of car burglaries in their community.
"We felt unsafe. I mean I have a 3-year-old and a 9-year-old, and I want my house to be safe,” Brittany McRavin, a Norman resident, told NewsChannel 4.
McRavin said that’s because of car burglars targeting her Sutton Place neighborhood near Robinson and Peters.
"On the video surveillance that I have, it shows them going to each person on my cul-de-sac along with mine,” McRavin said.
The thieves proved successful in some cases, like McRavin’s.
Fortunately, they didn’t get away with much.
"Just a whole bunch of change and stuff that I have in there that I really didn't even know it was missing. Mainly, just money is what I think they were after,” McRavin said.
She said this isn’t a first.
Thieves have targeted cars in her neighborhood multiple times this year.
That’s the reason why she made the decision to purchase surveillance cameras.
“I mean there's big red lights on our surveillance system, and it doesn't phase them at all. So, we just got to make sure everything is locked and keep everything put away,” McRavin said.
According to police, the neighborhood has had five vehicle burglaries and two windows broken since the 1st of the year.
So far, no arrests have been made.