MONTHS OF BREAK-INS ARE PROMPTING POLICE in Corry TO INVESTIGATE if any are connected to each other. 
THERE'S BEEN AROUND 12 SINCE OCTOBER, INCLUDING ONE LAST WEEK AT THE MAYOR'S HOUSE.

"THEY'RE TAKING THE SAME TYPE OF PROPERTY," SAYS cORRY cHIEF OF POLICE rICHARD SHOPENE.  "SAME TIME FRAMES, HOURS OF DARKNESS EARLY MORNING HOURS WHEN NO ONE IS REALLY OUT AND ABOUT". 

SOME OF THE ITEMS BEING STOLEN ARE POWER TOOLS, PROPANE TANKS AND EVEN KAYAKS.

PEOPLE IN CORRY SAY THEY'RE UNEASY THAT THIS KEEPS HAPPENING IN THEIR SMALL TOWN.

HOLLY FROMKNECHT WORKS in DOWNTOWN CORRY. SHE'S ADDED EXTRA SECURITY BOTH AT HER JOB AND AT HOME BECAUSE OF THE BREAK-INS.

"NOT ALL DOORS USED TO BE LOCKED, WE HAVE THEM NOW. WE PUT UP EXTRA SECURITY CAMERAS", SAYS FROMKNECHT. 

CHIEF SHOPENE SAID THE PEOPLE WERE TARGETING UNLOCKED GARAGES AND CARS, SO THE BEST THING TO DO IS DOUBLE CHECK LOCKS. 
HE'S EXPECTING TO HAVE AN UPDATE ON THESE BREAK-INS BY FRIDAY MORNING.