Highly targeted vehicles and fairly easy to steal
Roseville, CA – Between March 11 and March 15, three 1990s model Honda sedans were stolen during the night from the Crocker Ranch area of Roseville.
The areas hit were the 1700 block of Adrienne Drive, the 1700 block of Sevilla Drive and the 1800 block of Parkside Way.
The Placer Regional Auto Theft Task Force, which includes a Roseville detective, is looking into the thefts. Last year, one out of five of all vehicles stolen in Roseville were older Honda Civics and Honda Accords. They’re fairly easy to steal, and we often stop criminals who have shaved Honda keys.
If you own such a highly targeted vehicle, your locked garage is the safest place to park it. Auto theft detectives also recommend an old-school theft prevention device: a steering wheel lock, like The Club. They’re relatively inexpensive and very effective..