Similar car break-ins took place two weeks ago in Camillus. Change and gift cards were stolen, but valuable electronics, sunglasses and computers were left behind.
Robert Stella and other members of the Bayberry Community Association have been working to spread the word about the break-ins and remind neighbors to lock their car doors.
"These things happen over the years but we shouldn't be complacent about it. We need to get the word out and let them know we are watching," said Stella