Jackson County Sheriffs deputies are looking for two suspects in connection to series of car break-ins Saturday in the western part of the county.
Sheriff Janis Mangum said about a dozen residents had their cars broken in to between 1 a.m. and 4 a.m. Saturday. She said in an email that a gun, an iPhone 6 and and iPhone 7 were taken from the unlocked vehicles.
Five of the break-ins happened in the Traditions subdivision. Other incidents happened in the Millstone Crossing, Meadowcreek and Magnolia Pointe subdivisions. All of the neighborhoods affected are off Highway 124.