Concerns shared on social media were also brought to the Mad River Township Trustee meeting on Tuesday, September 3, 2019 regarding a series of thefts in the township.

According to reports the Clark County Sheriff’s office is working with other local law enforcement agencies to identify the individuals who are breaking into vehicles that are found to be unlocked.

Residents on social media have noted that individuals have been seen entering yards over fences and have had a number of items taken from their property.

According to information obtained by the Enon Eagle, the areas near Holiday Valley and the Green Meadows Subdivisions have been targeted by the thieves. The incidents appear to be happening in the early morning hours while residents are asleep.

It is recommended that anyone seeing individuals walking in the neighborhood or cruising be reported to the police if you spot them in your area. Vehicles need to be locked at all times in the driveway or parked on the street.

Exterior lighting is also used as a deterrent and should be used to help avoid becoming a victim. If your street light near your home is not operating, contact Ohio Edison.

Residents are reminded to contact the Clark County Sheriff at 328-2560 if you see anything suspicious or to make a report if you are a victim. The dispatchers will know if you are located in the Village of Enon or Mad River Township.

If you have an active situation, dial 911 for the emergency dispatch.

Residents and businesses located west of “The Dock” are in the township. To the east the Village ends near the entrance to the cemetery. Holiday Valley, Green Meadows, West Enon and Hunter’s Glen are all located in the township which is patrolled by Clark County.

No arrests have been made at this time and it should be assumed that the individuals could be armed and dangerous. Residents are advised to contact law enforcement to ensure your safety. It is believed that the perpetrators are from the area as well as nearby communities.