In one of the four most recent motor vehicle burglaries reported in town, the owner of a vehicle parked outside his home on Apple Tree Lane told police that, he found his vehicle had been entered and items were stolen from it.
According to police:
The victim discovered the theft at about 9 a.m., Thursday morning, Feb. 17 when he saw the vehicle had been rummaged through and a Bose portable speaker was missing.
Video surveillance records showed a male wearing a dark blue hoodie and white sneakers walking from his driveway the night before, at 7:15.
The vehicle had been unlocked. (Police didn’t say what kind of vehicle it was or how the victim knew the vehicle had been rummaged through.)
Cross Road, February 20
Three days later, a woman told police that at 5:50 p.m. she noticed a phone charger was missing from her vehicle, parked outside her home on Cross Road in Tokeneke. She looked at video records from her Ring camera and saw a male running from her driveway at 5:20 p.m.
The male was wearing light pants, black boots and a black hoodie. He got into a white sedan parked on the road.
Salisbury Road, February 14
At 5:45 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 14, a resident of Salisbury Road received alerts on her phone that someone had used some of her credit cards. After getting the alerts, she checked her vehicle. She found it was unlocked, and the contents of her wallet were missing.
Rings End Road, February 13
A backpack was taken from the trunk of a vehicle on Rings End Road at about 11:05 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 13, police were told.
The victim received an alert from a security camera indicating that there was movement in the driveway.
The video recording shows a male suspect removing the backpack from the trunk. The vehicle was unlocked. Police didn’t say what kind of vehicle it is or say what the thief was wearing.