It's happening near the 1200 block of E. Richwoods. Police say nine burglaries have taken place in the last thirty days.
Electronics were most commonly stolen. At residents' request, an armadillo surveillance vehicle was placed in the area over the weekend.
Police are still looking for the suspects. One resident says her neighbor was a victim and now she's concerned.
"I hope that now that the police are well aware of what's going on and how frequent it's been going on, then hopefully they have this covered," said Paula Short.
In response to the break-ins, residents have organized a neighborhood watch program. A kick off for the watch program will be held May 7th.