Two residential burglaries in the section occurred Dec. 13, according to Police Chief Michael Mastronardy.
Entry was made thru a rear sliding glass door on a home on Cory Drive Friday
evening where suspects removed a strong box, two Apple MacBook laptops – one
white and one silver – and some jewelry, according to the chief.
A home on Kim lane was
entered between 2 p.m. and 9 p.m. on Friday after someone removed a rear window, Mastronardy said.
"After ransacking the bedroom, unknown
suspects removed jewelry from the home," he said.
Investigating the burglaries are officers William Hutton, Michael MacDonald, Wallace Polhemus and Michael Cassidy.Township police are also looking into the thefts of several UPS packages left in the neighborhood.
Unknown suspects removed a UPS package with $29 worth of vitamins from a home on Kim Court, said Mastronardy. Another package was removed from a porch on Cory Drive, and officers recovered a $36 toy nearby that was returned to the homeowner.