Two other home burglaries, both in the same block of Woodland Avenue, involved thefts of jewelry and electronic gear on Aug. 7. In neither case did police report a value for the losses, but both involved entries through unlocked portals, in one case a window and in the other a garage door.
Someone stole a generator valued at $1,200 from the bed of a truck after cutting a hole in the fence of a parking lot on Haven Avenue, according to a report for Aug. 6.
In an Aug. 4 report of a commercial burglary on Bay Road, someone stole a wallet containing $65 in cash from the Flood Park Ranger Station. Another wallet was stolen on Aug. 7 from an unlocked residence on Henderson Avenue. The report did not include an estimate of losses.
Someone stole two pairs of jeans and five tank tops in a package delivered to a house on McKendry Drive and reported on Aug. 5. In that same case, someone broke a side window of the house, but nothing was missing from inside, police said.
In three thefts reported on Aug. 4, 5 and 7, theifs stole a bicycle valued at $4,000 from a bike rack on a vehicle parked on Laurel Street, a handgun valued at $500 from an unlocked vehicle on Newbridge Street, and a walker from outside a residential back door on Crane Street, police said.
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