A blue 2015 Lexus RX was reported stolen from the driveway of a Laforge Road house overnight Friday to Saturday, the same night unlocked vehicles in front of three other homes were entered not far away.
The night before, unlocked vehicles were entered in front of two other homes. Altogether, vehicles in front of six homes were reported entered.
Locked vehicles, including some outside the same houses as the entered vehicles appeared to have been untouched.
— All information in this article comes from Darien police.
The owner of the stolen car told police she still had both sets of keys, but one set was in the house close enough to the car that she thought it was possible that the key fob could have been used to unlock and even start the car.
Same Night: Laforge Road & Thomasina Lane
Across the street from the house where the car was stolen, a resident told police that an unlocked, blue, 2015 BMW X3 had been entered during the same overnight period, but nothing appeared to have been entered.
Also during the same overnight Friday-to-Saturday period, residents of 23 Thomasina Lane and 25 Thomasina Lane, blocks away from Laforge Road told police unlocked cars parked in the driveways had been entered. Two locked cars in front of 25 Thomasina Lane showed no indications of forced entry or theft.
Friday to Saturday: Deepwood Lane & Hickory Lane
The night before, unlocked vehicles parked on Deepwood Lane and nearby Hickory Lane, two streets close to each other, were entered.
Nothing was reported taken from a 2005 Land Rover, 2018 Audi or 2016 Volvo entered in front of 39 Deepwood Road, but the interiors of each of the vehicles were ransacked.
A resident of 9 Hickory Lane found the glovebox of an unlocked, gray 2015 BMW 335xi had been opened and items removed from it, but nothing seemed to be stolen.