Sheriff’s Deputy Richard Johnson dusts for fingerprints on one of two Subaru wagons that were rifled through on Laurel Avenue last weekend during a string of auto crimes in West Marin that included four stolen cars, two of which have been recovered. Officials are investigating the incidents separately.   David Briggs
California Highway Patrol officials said they are not actively pursuing a pattern in a series of car thefts this past weekend that have challenged West Marin’s blasé, leave-your-doors-unlocked culture. At least four cars were stolen and six had something stolen from them in Inverness, Point Reye

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