DARIEN — Residents of Post, Seagate and Edgewood roads found themselves the victims of the latest string of overnight entries into unlocked cars.

The first cluster occurred overnight between July 18 and 19. Police were alerted to the entries when a resident of the Post Road called in around 8 a.m. to report two cars left unlocked in his driveway overnight had been rummaged through. Nothing was taken from the cars.

Another resident on the Post Road reported around 10 a.m. about $20 and some CDs were taken from his unlocked Bentley overnight. The three other locked cars in the complainant’s driveway were left undisturbed.

Around 1:30 p.m., a Seagate Road resident said his unlocked Lexus had also been entered overnight while parked in his driveway. A black tray from the center console was missing but later found in the neighborhood.

On July 21, police received two more reports of unlocked cars being entered overnight on Edgewood Road. Gloveboxes had been rifled through, but nothing was taken from any of the five vehicles entered.