More vehicle break-ins reported
Published 8:44 am, Saturday, September 29, 2012
Another rash of car break-ins was reported to police Thursday morning.
The first call came from a Webb Road resident who said a window of a car parked in the driveway had been smashed and a $250 GPS unit, a $100 pair of ear plugs and $4 in change had been taken. Damage to the window was estimated at $500.
A locked car at a Melville Avenue home was also broken into and a black gear bag stolen.
On Berkeley Road, a homeowner reported an unlocked car was entered and a spare set of keys and a pair of prescription sunglasses, worth $100, were taken.
Miller Nissan, 930 Kings Highway East, was also a break-in victim, according to police. Two cars at the dealership were broken into by intruders who smashed windows. About 20 CDs, worth $150, were reported missing.
A Marlborough Drive resident reported that his unlocked car was entered sometime Wednesday night, and $4 in change taken. Items were also tossed around inside the car.