Vehicle burglaries this past week kept Anna police officers on the go.

On Thursday, Feb. 13, officers investigated a vehicle burglary in the 300 block of Hilltop in the Creekside subdivision. "We are working on suspect information that also could be related to another vehicle burglary," said Anna Police Sgt. Jeff Caponera.

Also on Thursday, officers responded to a vehicle burglary in the 100 block of Indian Creek where a tailgate was stolen off a pickup. There are no suspects in this case.

On Wednesday, Feb. 12, officers investigated a vehicle burglary in the 400 block of Creekview in the Creekside subdivision where items were taken from an unlocked vehicle. This burglary was possibly by the same suspect as the one on Thursday in Creekside.

Issues with child pickup at a local school has Anna police warning the public.

"We are having two serious problems with parents picking up their children from the Early Childhood Learning Center," said Caponera.

The first problem is that parents are talking on their cell phones. "This is a serious violation and the officers will stop giving out warnings and will start issuing citations."

The second problem is parents picking up children are allowing the kids to either sit in the front or back seats of the vehicle and not in the required car seats. "Kids safety comes first and again we will start issuing citations. And if you don’t have a car seat in your vehicle, we will send you home to get it before you can pick up your child," added Caponera.