Six cars were broken into from Oct. 17 to 20, according to Darien police, but it is unclear if all the cars were unlocked.
On Oct. 17, a Hillcrest Avenue resident reported that her 2008 Honda Fit had been entered during the overnight hours and that her black leather bag had been taken, police said. She could not be sure if she locked the car, police said. The bag, which had contained a $400 iPad and $100 iPod, was later found on the street, according to the report.
Police said during the overnight hours Oct. 16 and 17:
a pair of $300 Chanel women's sunglasses were taken from the center console of a 2011 Land Rover on Devon Road;
$20 was taken from a 2007 Toyota Rav4 on Forest Road;
the contents of the center console in a 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe on Chester Road was emptied onto the floor of the car but nothing was reported missing;
the contents of the center console of a 2009 Jeep Cherokee on Devon Road were emptied on the front seat of the car, but the owner did not report anything missing.
On Oct. 20, police said, $350 from a thank-you card and a $50 animal print wallet were stolen from a 2005 Mercedes on Linden Avenue. A GPS was left behind, police said.
None of the cars showed signs of forced entry, according to police.