RCMP are once again reminding to never leave running vehicles unattended.

Police have recovered two stolen vehicles, one from Nanton and one from High River in the past few days.

Corporal Blair Schneider says if your keys are in it, even if it's locked, someone can steal it.

"Even if the vehicle's locked and it's running and someone comes by and they look at the ignition, they see keys hanging there they'll break the window and go in and take your vehicle."

Schneider adds keep an eye on your neighborhood for any suspicious activity and report it to the RCMP.

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