According to a report filed by Beeville Police Department Patrolman Salvador Sanchez, employees of Superior Auto, 510 S. Washington St., arrived at work on June 4 to find five vehicles had been burglarized.
A 40-year-old employee told Sanchez that the thieves apparently targeted vehicles that had aftermarket stereo sets in them.
The thieves apparently cut a fence to gain entry into a yard at the dealership and then they went after two Mitsubishi sedans, a Dodge Ram, one Chrysler, a Dodge SUV and a Chrysler sedan.
The employee said it would cost the dealership about $1,500 to repair the damages.
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