So far at least 8 Kuna residents have reported that their cars have been broken into and robbed. When I say broken into, the guy isn't going around and smashing windows left and right to grab valuables. That would draw too much attention. Instead he is casually walking around and when no one else is in sight he is checking to see what cars are unlocked, then he is taking anything worth value. Sometimes not even things seemingly worth value. Apparently a couple caught him breaking into a truck and he stole a clipboard with papers on it. When he was clearly caught he said sorry, dropped the clip board and took off. Kinda strange. Not sure what his motive was there, or what was on the clip board.

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According to Idaho News Channel 2, so far he stole cash, a gift card, tools, CDs, cords, and various other items in two neighborhoods near Crimson Point Elementary and across town near Kuna City Park. This was mostly over last weekend. A surveillance camera did get a shot of him. Until he is caught the best thing to do is make sure you don't have any valuables in your car and that your car is locked. One of the best things about living in a smaller community like Kuna is that you shouldn't have to feel the need to lock everything all the time. Unfortunately with this guy around, you should.

"If there is one concept we here at the Ada County Sheriff’s Office would like our residents to embrace above all others, it would be: lock your stuff up," the sheriff said. "The best way to avoid being a victim of theft is to make sure your homes and vehicles are locked all the time."

Anyone with information can contact cau@adacounty.id.gov or call Ada County non-emergency dispatch at (208) 377-6790.