INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Thieves have found a new target for car break-ins: theIndianapolis Museum of Art on the city's northwest side.Unsuspecting patrons have in some cases left their belongings infull view, making them easy to steal.
In one case, a visitor from Virginia had her $1,700 Dellcomputer stolen along with a Coach purse and a digital camera.
Several cars have been damaged.
A Fishers woman, who was being photographed on the grounds,had her purse stolen out of a car, June 4. Her photographer, who isin New York on business, told 24-Hour News 8 his client lost hercredit cards.
"They got the purse, the driver's license and all the personalinformation," John Curtis said. "We called the credit card companyand they'd already run the credit card out at a Shell Station and aSpeedway station on the west side."
The IMA has posted signs to lock cars.
As it stands Wednesday, there will be no FEMA aid for tornado survivors in Howard County.
We reached out to school systems across Central Indiana to see what their policy is for delaying or closing school when temperatures drop.
About 130 Indiana National Guard Soldiers returned home Wednesday to friends and family after nearly a year in Afghanistan.