A dozen cars were burglarized in Darien over the course of two nights. All were unlocked.

On Nov. 13, a West Avenue resident said her 2016 Ford Expedition had been entered at some point during the overnight hours. She found the front passenger side door slightly ajar when she came out to the vehicle in the morning. The interior appeared to have been disturbed, but nothing was missing. The vehicle had been unlocked.

During a canvass for this incident, Darien police officers found a vehicle on West Avenue with the driver’s side door ajar that had clearly been rummaged through. An officer notified the vehicle owner. The vehicle, a 2015 Volvo XC60, had been unlocked and nothing appeared to be missing.

On Nov. 13, an Allen O’Neill Drive resident said her 2016 Volvo X60 had been entered at some point during the overnight hours. The owner stated she was unsure if the vehicle had been locked, but there were no signs of forced entry.

The owner reported that her purse was missing from the vehicle. Inside the purse were her license, bank cards, and $40 in cash

On Nov. 13, an Allen O’Neill Drive resident said her 2017 Subaru Forester had been entered at some point during the overnight hours. The vehicle was found with the interior in disarray but nothing missing.

On Nov. 13, a West Avenue resident said his 2018 Dodge Durango had been entered at some point during the overnight hours. The vehicle was found with the interior in disarray, but nothing appeared to be missing. The vehicle had been unlocked.

On Nov. 14, a Cherry Street resident said at some time during the overnight hours a 2019 Ford Expedition was stolen from her driveway. The vehicle had been a rental from Enterprise Rental Company. The complainant stated the vehicle had been left unlocked overnight with the keys inside.

On Nov. 14, a Cherry Street resident said that a 2018 Mazda CX had been entered during the overnight hours. The interior compartments were found opened inside the vehicle. The vehicle had been left unlocked, nothing appeared to be missing.

On Nov. 14, a Fitch Avenue resident said a 2018 Mercedes sedan had been entered during the overnight hours. The interior compartments were found opened inside the vehicle. The vehicle had been left unlocked, nothing appeared to be missing.

On Nov. 16, an Academy Street resident said a 2018 Landrover had been entered during the overnight hours. The interior compartments were found opened inside the vehicle. The vehicle had been left unlocked, nothing appeared missing.

On Nov. 16, a Mansfield Place resident said a 2017 Landrover and 2017 BMW 5-Series had been entered during the overnight hours. The interior compartments were found opened inside the vehicles. The vehicles had been left unlocked, missing from the Landrover was an iPhone charger.

On Nov. 16, an Academy Street resident reported that a 2019 Mazda CX-5 had been entered during the overnight hours. The interior compartments were found opened inside the vehicle. The vehicle had been left unlocked and nothing appeared missing.

On Nov. 17, a resident said her 2016 BMW sedan had been entered sometime between 3 and 4:30 p.m. while she was attending a function at the Darien Nature Center on Brookside Road. When she returned to the vehicle, the rear passenger’s side window had been broken out. Missing were a purse containing $100 in cash, bank cards, an iPhone, keys to her residence and eye glasses, a police report said.