A Crime Alert... stretching from Jacksonville's Westside to Nassau County. Investigators looking for the people behind a rash of auto burglaries. 3 12:36:00 - everything stays locked... put extra locks on house on back door as well. Good evening. Authorities say it's a crime of opportunity...that can be stopped with a few simple steps. They say a string of car burglaries are plaguing two counties in our area. Items like money, cell phones, guns...even computers are being nabbed from cars ..many of which have been left unlocked. Channel 4's Scott Johnson has been finding out which areas are being hit,. he joins us LIVE with more on this CRIME ALERT...Scott? 3 3 00-1014-201'21-1'28 deep inside a yulee neighborhood far from any major road is where Billy Johnson recently moved his family... figuring he'd be safe from the problems of big city crime... unfortunately he - and many of his neighbors have become victims.BILLY JOHNSON/CAR BREAK IN VICTIM 12:35:46 - has been getting worse and worse and you move into decent area in good subdivision and it spreads out everywhere. Johnson's suv was broken into... and he wasn't that torn up about it... but his son is because the crooks got his baseball bat.12:36:54 - angry.'you're angry?' now we gotta' get him a new baseball bat. 'making sure you're dad's locking the car?' yes sir, every night.the problem for nassau county is... 4 homes on this street have been in the past few days by crooks looking for unlocked cars... and it's not just her e ... in this neighborhood on the other side of yulee two houses were hit right across the street from one another... and down in jacksonville... JSO has a similar problem ... they're looking for bresha harris who they say has been involved in multiple car burglaries around the westside since November. Channel 4 crime analyst ken jefferson is constantly reminding us to lock our vehicles... but tonight he also says even if you live in a remote neighborhood like this one in yulee you can't be too safe.2:34:47 - it doesn't really matter where yo u live, even if you live in a gated community. You can be the victim if a crime of opportunity if you're careless. if you leave things exposed. Doesn't matter if you live in a gated community or remote area. 3 Scott, do police have much evidence in any of the cases?