Huber Heights police survey the area parking lot of Get Air trampoline facility on Chambersburg Road after multiple car break-ins were reported on Saturday, June 9. 
Photo: Jennifer Steffano 
Photo: Jennifer Steffano 

Multiple cars broken into at Huber Heights area parking lots 

Jennifer Steffano called city police after her car windows were smashed out in the parking lot of Get Air trampoline facility on Chambersburg Road. 

Steffano visited the indoor facility with her daughter around 10 p.m. and left at around 11 p.m. During that time frame, several cars in addition to Steffano's were broken into. 

"Do not leave any valuables in your car,” Steffano said. “They will see them and take them.” 

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Lieutenant Matt Delaney and several police units responded to the reports and urged Steffano to start concealing her valuables. Police told her it only takes a few seconds to retrieve items out of a car but burglars are more likely to move on if they don’t see anything of interest.

"They are quick, they get in and get out," Steffano said. 

County dispatch confirmed similar incidents happened the same evening in the parking lot of Hazzards Miniature Golf on Brandt Pike, just a few minutes from Get Air.

No suspects have been named at this time.

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