Officials: At least 3 cars are broken into overnight, 1 car stolen in Lido Beach

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The hunt is on for the thieves behind an overnight crime spree in Lido Beach.

Nassau police say a Land Rover was stolen and at least three cars were broken into Thursday night.

It happened on Eden Road, Lagoon Drive East, and Lagoon Drive West.

"We have cameras, multiple cameras.  We have neighborhood watch and just speaking to neighbors and making sure everyone is keeping an eye out and if you see something, say something," says James Vasaturo, of Lido Beach.

The thieves took credit cards and other items from some cars.

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    At least three cars were broken into and one was stolen within a four-block area in Lido Beach.

    At least three cars were broken into and one was stolen within a four-block area in Lido Beach.

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