LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police are investigating dozens of car break-ins in Meade County, Kentucky.
The Brandenburg Police Department said more than 30 cars were broken into on Aug. 17 during the early morning hours. Police said the doors were unlocked on all of the vehicles, and the stolen items included three guns as well as cash and credit cards.
The break-ins affected 33 vehicles at 21 different residences, according to police. That does not include break-ins inside Brandenburg city limits.
The police department posted a video on its Facebook page asking the public for help identifying at least four people inside a silver or white four-door hatchback.
The video appears to show three people running away from the car into the neighborhood on Wooddale Road.
Police said guns, credits cards and many items of value were taken from the cars on several streets throughout the county.
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