Four cars reported stolen over the weekend in Moscow

Keep your cars locked up! This used to be Mayberry, but no longer! 

Four cars were reported stolen and another five were reported broken into throughout the weekend in Moscow.

Police said they are not sure if the car thefts were connected, and no suspects have been identified. In all four cases, the vehicles involved were Honda models.

The first theft, involving a 1998 model, was reported Friday at University Village on West A Street. The second car, a 1998 Civic, was reported stolen Friday afternoon on the 1200 block of South Main Street. The third car, a 1995 Civic, was reported stolen Friday afternoon on the 100 block of Baker Street, and a 1994 Acura Integra was reported stolen Sunday night on the 200 block of Baker Street.

Three vehicle prowls were also reported Friday on the 200 block of Taylor Avenue, and two prowls were reported Saturday and Sunday near Wallace Complex on the University of Idaho campus.