VIRGINIA BEACH (WAVY) — Virginia Beach police say they’re investigating after several employee vehicles at a UPS center were broken into early Tuesday morning.
Police said they initially took 10 reports for vehicles, most of which were locked at the time, broken into at the parking lot of the UPS location on Air Rail Avenue. The majority were broken into by glass breakage.
As of Tuesday, police were still trying to determine if more vehicles had been targeted and how each individual vehicle was accessed. It’s unclear if anything was taken from the vehicles, but UPS emphasized these were employee vehicles and not company trucks.
In a statement, a UPS spokesperson said the company is aware of the situation and working with authorities.
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