JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office on Monday night released new numbers about guns stolen from unlocked cars throughout the city.
In the last two weeks, police said, 11 guns were stolen out of 89 unlocked vehicles.
So far this year, according to JSO, 269 guns have been stolen during 249 unlocked vehicle burglaries.
The Sheriff's Office continues to remind people to follow the #9PMRoutine and lock car doors at night.
Last 14 days, 11 guns stolen out of 89 unlocked vehicles. Not good! It’s real, it’s happening everywhere, and please don’t go to bed saying it just happens to “other” people. I’m sure the 89 people in the last 14 days, didn’t think it would happen to them either. #9PMRoutine https://t.co/eNrpdk5Efz— Melissa Bujeda (@MelissaBujeda) July 31, 2018