Spring, Texas – September 9, 2018: Thieves targeted the Cypresswood Subdivision overnight, reportedly breaking into nearly 30 cars. The break-in’s took place in the front section of Cypresswood. The suspects broke in and rummaged through vehicles on Cypress Hill, Cypress Spring, Loring Lane, Oxhill and Alhaven.
A juvenile suspect was apprehended and taken into custody by the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, however, 2 suspects remain on the run.
One resident tells Spring Happenings that he found his backpack 10 houses down with items scattered all over the middle of the street.
The Cypresswood Subdivision contracts with the Harris County Sheriff’s Department for additional security, however, our sources tell us that deputies were not in the neighborhood with the break-in’s occurred.
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