Do you ever walk away from your car, maybe to work or at home, and forget if you locked your car doors? It happens to all of us. I usually click it a few times just to make sure. This is a story that should remind you to lock your car doors every time you walk away from your vehicle.

According to the West Seneca Police Department, they discovered a boy and girl were in possession of many stolen items from cars in West Seneca early this morning. The items were taken in the vicinity of Dwyer and Mineral Springs Rd.

Some of the items still need to be claimed by the rightful owners, so the West Seneca PD asks that you contact them by calling 716-674-2280. Some items were also taken from the Lovejoy area of Buffalo.

But it didn't end there.

The boy put all the blame on the girl she was charged with stolen property and petit larceny. After he picked her up from the station, police caught him with possession of a stolen bike as they were walking down Union Rd. The bike was taken in the area of Union and Center Roads.

Yikes. Talk about a crazy story. They were caught stealing numerous items from cars, and after leaving the police station, immediately stole a bike!?

If you're missing your bike and live in the area of Union and Center Roads, this bike just might be yours.

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