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SHALLOTTE—Incidents of breaking and entering increased between 2007 and 2008, from 81 to 118, and Police Chief Rodney Gause says most of it can be attributed to drugs.
“We’ve seen a lot of break-ins in [housing] developments, a lot at Walmart,” Gause said recently.
Thieves broke into 15-20 cars in the Highlands, Green Bay and Brierwood subdivisions, last year, and the Shallotte Moose Lodge was also a target of a rash of car break-ins.
In 2007, Shallotte Police made three arrests for breaking and entering, and in 2008, they made 10.
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