The Sheridan Police Department says if you don’t lock your doors on your vehicle, business, or home, someone else might check those doors for you and take a few of your belongings as well.
Since the beginning of May, there have been reports of 22 vehicles that have been burglarized.
Of those burglaries, six firearms were stolen and all of the vehicles were unlocked.
Locking your vehicle, business and residential doors is one of the easiest and most important measures that can be followed to protect property and to help keep the community safe.
The Department adds that responsible gun owners secure their firearms.
As gas prices continue to rise along with inflation due to the insistence on a ‘green’ economy from the biden admin, people will sadly become more desperate to make ends meet.
Am I reading this article correctly? 22 car burglaries of UNLOCKED vehicles, resulting in 6 firearms stolen? Whoa, I must say this is not the firearm training I got from my Wyoming native WW II father, nor from my Wyo native WW I grandfather. They knew what firearms were for and what firearms do. Can’t remember what hunter safety said (I went twice with two kids) – I’d guess though it probably wasn’t to leave unsecured weapons accessible to others. But yet I’m supposed to just believe that Sheridan citizens are “responsible gun owners” ’cause they say so! World is truly upside down.