"It's ridiculous," said Boyd. "I get crime, I understand crime is a part of life. This verged on cruel. It was Thanksgiving, everyone's coming in and going in town and you hit them all then. And for what, like 60 bucks worth of stereos?"
He says he works third shift so he has seen potential thieves casing cars on his street, but he says the amount of cars broken into this time was just sad.
"You never quite feel as safe," he said. "Now I think we're very safe here but it does play in the back of your mind."
According to police, at least two people reported the break-ins from overnight on Thanksgiving. Police said they expected to receive additional reports.