CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police are investigating four break-ins in four days in a Charlotte neighborhood.
Eyewitness News spoke Thursday with families who live in Plaza-Midwood. They said the community is typically safe, but now they'll just be more cautious.
"(We will) keep our eyes out on the streets a little closer, and watch our neighbors. The good thing is, the density here is pretty high. People are fairly close to each other, there are a lot of people with dogs walking their dogs at night," said Dan Putnam.
Channel 9 asked the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department if the crimes are connected to recent break-ins in the North Davidson area, but investigators said they're not sure.
Police investigate after four break-ins in four days in Plaza-Midwood
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