Police are looking for several teenagers caught on camera breaking into cars in a Jenks neighborhood this week.
One of the victims gave News On 6 surveillance video of what appears to show three teenage boys sneaking up to two parked cars. You can see one of them holding something, when he presses down, the Ford Mustang's lights come on, unlocking a door on the car and letting them inside.
The incident happened on a street in the quiet neighborhood of Providence Hills.
Jocelyn Markert lives a few blocks away and says her car was broken into.
"It's unfortunate because it's a great neighborhood and we love it, it's very family friendly but we don't want to put up with this even escalating to home invasion," said Jocelyn Markert.
Jenks Police are investigating and other neighbors tell News On 6 none of them are missing any key fobs and they aren't sure how the teens were able to open the doors to their cars.