The OPP is asking vehicle owners to pocket their keys.
According to police, 36 vehicles have been reported stolen in the county since January.
OPP Investigators say 30 percent of the vehicles stolen were left unlocked, had the keys inside or the car was left running.
Police say most stolen vehicles are used in criminal activity like break and enters, trafficking drugs, or human trafficking.
The Norfolk OPP is pleading with vehicle owners to lock their vehicles and pocket the keys.