People at LouFest report car breakins near Forest Park

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - St. Louis Police are investigating more car break-ins in Forest Park.  This time, it appears to have happened while people were attending Loufest Sunday night.

Workers were cleaning up piles of glass Monday morning found along Clayton Avenue.  The road runs right by the ball fields just off Interstate 64/40.   Upset people leaving the Loufest Musical Festival in the park Sunday night took to Twitter saying several cars had been broken into.

Police were not able to confirm that information just yet, but there were reports of people on Twitter saying about a dozen cars were hit.  St. Louis police increased patrols in the park after break-ins this summer outside the Muny and in other areas of the park.

So far, there are no known suspects.

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