Kennewick police are stepping up efforts to catch the suspect or suspects responsible for some 20 break-ins since early October.

Six more burglaries were reported over the weekend:

Friday:   - 101 Clover Island. The Port of Kennewick storage building was broken into and several items including a pressure washer, power cords, battery charger were taken.

 Saturday:   - 2217 W. Grand Ronde. Suspect(s) broke a window to gain entry. Two Hispanic males driving an older gray 4 door sedan were seen in the area at the time of the burglary.

- 2811 W John Day. A rear sliding glass door was broken to gain entry. A safe was taken and later recovered in Pasco.

 - 906 N Cleveland. Rear sliding glass door was opened by the suspect(s) and cash was taken from the apartment.

  2002 W 5th. Suspect attempted to pry a window open to gain entry but was unsuccessful.

 Sunday: 1. 407 W 4th. Suspect(s) forced open a rear door. Entry was made but nothing was found missing.

  Kennewick police now believe these break-ins are the result of a team of people working together.   They are asking anyone in Kennewick to report any suspicious activity, especially involving groups of people.   This includes reporting cars or people not normally seen in your neighborhood - especially if they are loitering or looking suspicious - and any other activity that doesn't "look right."

  Any information can be called into Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers at 509-586-TIPS (8477).