The Caledonia Village Police Department reports that on Monday, July 18 at 3:00 a.m., two vehicles were stolen from 2 different residences in Racine County. On its Facebook page, the department said the incident happened on Indigo Drive, which is located off Emmertsen Road just north of State Highway 38.

Officers responded to the first report of a stolen car and located another abandoned vehicle on Emmertsen Road with damage to the front. The Caledonia Village Police Department shares “this vehicle, shockingly, was reported stolen in Milwaukee 3 hours later.”

The department shares on Facebook that it “requests anyone with security camera footage in the area to please contact us.” The department can be reached by contacting the dispatcher at 262-886-2300 or Detective Schuster at 262-835-4423 ext. 180. You can email images to [email protected] Anonymous tips can also be given through Racine County Crime Stoppers or the P3 app.

About cars

The Caledonia Village Police Department shared on Facebook that the vehicles are similar to the images below:

The first stolen vehicle is a white 2021 Ford Mach-E. It is a vehicle registered in Wisconsin. The plates indicate AJX 2752.

The second vehicle according to the Caledonia Village Police Department is a 2017 Mazda CX-5. It is gray with Wisconsin registered plates showing 170 STV. This vehicle also has a UW-Whitewater MOM decal on the rear window, according to the Facebook post.

Additionally, the Caledonia Village Police Department reports that the “stolen/damaged/recovered vehicle is a gray 2019 KIA optima.”

Thoughts from the Caledonia Police

On Facebook, the police department shares: “The KIA is believed to have struck the rear of the FORD, disabling the KIA and the subjects fled into the FORD based on camera footage and parts left at the scene. . The extent of damage to the FORD is not known, but some of the vehicle’s remote functions were disabled.

These subjects are believed to have used the KIA to “car shop” for other easily stolen vehicles, according to the department. They also want to remind people not to leave their keys in their cars. They state, “You may think your neighborhood is safe and secure, however, these thieves are mobile and looking for easy theft.”

The department also said this incident involved the following case numbers: 22-11174, 11175, 11180, and 11185.


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