Another string of car burglaries has hit Washington Township, this time in the northwestern section of the municipality, according to police.
One vehicle was broken into on Sunday, Oct. 20, while two more were burglarized this week between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, Lt. Art Adams said.
There was $132 taken from a purse in an unlocked vehicle on Old
Turnpike Road between 1 a.m. and about 11:35 a.m. on Oct. 20, Adams said. Both unlocked vehicles in the driveway were entered, but nothing was taken from the other car, Adams said.
Nine days later, $50 was taken from a wallet in an unlocked vehicle on Glen Ridge Drive, Adams said. A second car in the driveway was entered, but nothing was taken, Adams said. It is believed the incident occurred between 8 p.m. on Tuesday and 7 a.m. Wednesday.
During the same time frame, two unlocked cars in a Kings Highway driveway were entered, and a laptop computer and a black canvas laptop case were stolen, Adams said. An unknown amount of change was also taken from the vehicle.
Anyone with information pertaining to the break-ins should call 908-876-8318.
Car break-ins along Rt. 513, on Sierra Drive, and in the Parker Acres development have all taken place over the last four months. None of the crimes have been solved.
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