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FRAMINGHAM – Credit cards were stolen from two vehicles on Thursday, October 6, according to the police spokesperson.

A vehicle was motor vehicle breaking & entering was reported to police at 7:55 a.m. on October 6 at 74 South Street.

Police found no signs of forced entry, said Lt. Rachel Mickens.

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“Credit cards and cash” were stolen from the vehicle said Lt. Mickens.

On the same day at 8:38 a.m. police received a call for a motor vehicle breaking & entering at 157 Irving Street.

Police said the vehicle had been unlocked.

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“Credit cards” were stolen, said Lt. Mickens.

Neither report mentioned it the cards had been charged by the suspects.

Police have no suspect description, at this time.

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Framingham Police remind residents to lock their vehicles when not in use.

Residents should not leave valuable items in their vehicle, including pocketbooks, wallets, passports, credit cards, computers, etc.

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