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Detroit residents: Car thieves are taking over our neighborhood

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Two women says car thieves are taking over their west-side neighborhood. One woman's car was stolen and, less than a few hours later, her rental car was stolen from her driveway as well. The second woman says her car has gone missing three times.

The women, who wanted to remain unidentified, say they are tired of being victims. They shared their stories with Fox 2's Andrea Isom.

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to watch Andrea Isom's report


Detroit police are on notice to give special attention to the area of Mark Twain and Elmira streets. During one of the thefts a cell phone was left behind, and police are hoping that evidence can lead to the suspects.

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