According to the Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office and Lake Panorama Security officials, a few cars were broken into on the east side of Lake Panorama Friday, November 24th. All of the vehicles were unlocked and easily accessible. It is unknown at this time the exact number of individuals involved.
GCSO Chief Deputy Jeremy Bennett tells Raccoon Valley Radio that the culprits could have taken more valuable items, but grabbed what they could in a short amount of time. Bennett also reminds residents that, while the Lake Panorama area and Guthrie County is a relatively safe place to live, it is still recommended to lock vehicles when not in use. Authorities have also released footage of a possible suspect on Lake Panorama Association’s Facebook page. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Sheriff’s Office at (641)-747-2214. Raccoon Valley Radio will bring you more information as it becomes official.