A thief who broke into at least five cars in a suburban Oregon neighborhood made off with an unusual cache of items, over $500 worth of sex toys, novelties and clothing.
Chelsey Coutts was storing the items in her trunk for an upcoming bachelorette party when the theft occurred. She says she left her car door unlocked.
"It was horrible. (The officer) kind of started laughing, but he felt bad so he asked me to describe everything in detail, and it was just horrible," Coutts told Fox 12 Oregon.
Coutts is unsure what the thieves would want with blow-up dolls and other goodies she stored in her car, however the party will go on and a shout out on Facebook has donations coming in to replace the stolen items in time for the party.
Valuables should not be left in cars, as they can make you a target for a break in. If you must store valuables or secret stashes of sex always lock your vehicle and park in well-lit areas. Even a car parked in a private driveway is not immune to a break in. Something as simple as installing a motion sensor light over your driveway can help ward off thieves.