Police are urging residents to lock their cars and not leave anything of value visible inside after another rash of burglaries from unlocked vehicles.
A total of 11 cars were entered between Nov. 5 and Nov. 6, many in daylight hours. Items taken include cell phone chargers and credit cards.
Police are looking into the possibility the burglaries are related to a string of the same kind of incidents in Westport during the same time.
Streets involved were mostly in South Wilton, off Belden Hill Road.
Three copper gutters with an estimated value of $900 were reported stolen Nov. 4 at 11:14 a.m. from a home on 346 Chestnut Hill Road.
The owner of the home noticed the missing gutters while doing yard work.
Violation of probation
A 60-year-old Wilton woman was charged with violation of probation and disorderly conduct Nov. 5 at 12:25 a.m. at her home at 64 Wilridge Road.
Police said Jennifer Louney called headquarters to make a complaint, and police found there was an active arrest warrant for her for violating probation on a conviction of disorderly conduct. She was held on a $5,000 bond for a court date of Nov. 6.
The Wilton Police Department responded to no domestic cases between Oct. 31 and Nov. 7.