CCSO has a message for you: lock your car, even when it’s in your driveway. CCSO detectives have gotten over a dozen cases of vehicle burglaries over the past few weeks in which the vehicles were left unlocked. In most cases only small items, such as are typically left in vehicles, were taken. But in all cases, it means that someone had two things taken from them – whatever items that were taken out of their vehicle and the time required to call the Sheriff’s Office to file the report. While the detectives will work to try to solve these cases, everyone is urged to take that simple step to avoid being a victim – lock your car.