Police in Boynton Beach are offering residents free locks for their guns following an increase in thieves stealing guns from unlocked cars.
A total of 49 guns have been stolen from unlocked vehicles in West Palm Beach so far this year.
That's more than all of 2017 combined.
Police still want people to make sure they lock their vehicles, but they are offering a limited supply of gun locks to residents, free of charge, to at least prevent stolen guns from being used.
The locks can be picked up in the lobby of the police station on North Seacrest Boulevard.