Hofstra University sees rise in car larceny

Since January, Hofstra University’s Department of Public Safety has received over a dozen reports of larceny, theft of property or attempted larceny from drivers who parked on campus. Of 15 reported incidents, one showed signs of forced entry.

Kimberly Gazdek, a senior radio, television and film business major, used to be comfortable leaving her car unlocked. That changed when she became a victim of these crimes.

 

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