MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Two more town residents reported that all four of their tires were removed from their cars over the weekend, said Lieutenent Robert Koziak of the Town of Mamaroneck Police Department.
A Richbell Road man, 32, woke Nov. 13 to find four tires, worth $1,000, and four rims, worth $3,500, removed from his car, according to the third-degree grand larceny report. There were 20 lug nuts left at the scene.
The day before, a N. Chatsworth Avenue man, 63, left his car, a 2003 Acura, in the Myrtle Boulevard parking lot around 4 p.m., only to find all four tires and rims missing when he returned the next day around 10:30 a.m. The incident is a fourth-degree grand larceny.
On Nov. 2 , a Larchmont woman reported all four of her tires had been removed from her 2007 BMW, parked in a Myrtle Boulvard parking lot. The suspects from all three incidents are unknown and the matters are under investigation.
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