Burglaries and thefts are not limited to just nighttime hours. Recently we have taken reports of daytime residential burglaries in Highland Park. Our investigators are reviewing these cases in an attempt to determine if the offenses are related in any way. At this point they appear to be independent of one another. One of the victims observed a suspicious male around her property, but at the time did not feel she needed to call 9-1-1. As a reminder, please report any suspicious activity to 9-1-1 immediately. Keep an eye out for unusual activity around your neighbor’s house, construction sites and area businesses. Have you ever been suspicious of an occupied car parked in one spot for an extended period of time? This is positively a good reason to call 9-1-1. Double check the doors and windows in your home to confirm they lock properly. Make it a habit to set your alarm system.
Highland Park DPS will participate in the fall National Drug Take Back Day that is scheduled October 26, 2013. Highland Park DPS is a collection site and non-residents are welcome to use our location if it’s more convenient. This link will provide you additional information on the program:http://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/drug_disposal/takeback/
Tonight’s Highland Park Centennial Classic Film Festival presents Yankee Doodle Dandy, 7:00 p.m. at Highland Park Village Theater. The event is hosted by the Dallas Film Society and admission is free. Future events for the Highland Park Centennial: http://highlandparkcentennial.com/events