Rash of break-ins & thefts reported
Published 3:46 pm, Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Police are investigating a rash of break-ins reported this weekend.
An unlocked car on Riverside Drive was entered sometime between Friday evening and Saturday morning. Missing was a $300 GPS unit and $60 worth of charging cords.
A wallet was taken from the center console of an unlocked car on Concord Street. The theft was discovered Saturday evening.
Also Saturday night, a Sherwood Drive resident reported his home was entered sometime between 5 and 11 p.m. and assorted jewelry taken. Entry was gained through a front window.
A GPS unit and $30 in loose change was taken from an unlocked car on Hillcrest Road, and a $300 DVD player and $250 GPS unit was missing from a car parked on Valley Road. The cars were unlocked and the thefts were reported Sunday.
A gray Fuji bicycle was reported stolen Sunday from an unlocked garage on Hillcrest Road. The bike is valued at $500.