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Havelock man once again wanted for breaking into cars

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 Havelock Police are looking for a man in connection with a series of vehicle break-ins.

Marco Antonio Portalatin, 20, of Havelock is wanted in connection with vehicle break-ins and larcenies which occurred overnight July 1st and 2nd.

Havelock investigators have obtained warrants for Portalatin charging him with 6 Counts of Felony B&E of a Motor Vehicle, 5 Counts of Misdemeanor Larceny, 1 Count of Injury to Personal Property, 1 Count of Felony Conspiracy, and 1 Count of Felony Accessory After the Fact.  The identity of Portalatin's accomplices remains unknown at this time.

During the period of July 1st -2nd six vehicles in the areas of Christopher Court, Verona Drive, Legacy Lane, Kim Avenue, and John Court were entered and personal items removed.  Those items include wallets, electronic devices, and change. 

There may have been other break-ins from those areas that have yet to be reported.  Police are asking those persons to report those incidents as soon as possible.

Anyone having information as to the whereabouts of Portalatin, or others involved in these crimes, is asked to contact the Havelock Police Department at 252/447-3212.  Those persons with information wishing to remain anonymous can call the police department confidential Tip Line at 252/463-7115 or use the confidential web site at www.havelocknc.us, select Police, then select Tip.  They may also call Craven County Crime Stoppers at 252/633-5141. 

This is the second time in less than two months that Portalatin is wanted in connection with car break-ins.

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