As the coronavirus lockdown enters June, many people who once commuted can hardly remember what it’s like to drive to work. Cars have been sitting largely untouched as cities like New York have suspended alternate-side parking. But the unattended vehicles have become a target of crooks looking to nab as many valuables from unlocked cars as they can. Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder says car theft has risen 20% this year. He said that 90% of cars broken into aren’t locked.