.

Fairfield Police Probe Weekend Burglary, Larceny Spree

One home and multiple cars were entered and items stolen this weekend, according to the police department.

[Editor's Note: Reports provided by the Fairfield Police Department.]

A New England Avenue resident reported to police on Friday that his home had been broken into while his family was out for the evening.

Upon returning home, the complainant discovered the back door had been kicked in and an upstairs bedroom ransacked, according to the report.

Five passports and some jewelry were taken, police said. This is under investigation.

***

Police are investigating a series of thefts from cars on Berkley Road, all reported early Saturday.

One Berkley Road resident reported that her Samsung cellphone -- worth $200 -- was stolen from her unlocked vehicle parked in the driveway.

One visitor to Berkley Road reported that $900 in cash and a Verizon cell phone ($100) was stolen from her car and an unknown black jacket was left behind. The jacket was seized as evidence. Another visitor to the same home on Berkley Road reported that his 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee was stolen. Inside the car were a GPS ($100), two personal checkbooks, and business checks, according to police.

Another vehicle on Berkley Road was entered and golf clubs valued at $1,800 were stolen from the trunk, police said.

Another unlocked vehicle on Berkley Road appeared to have been entered but the owner reported nothing was taken.

Credit cards were stolen from an unlocked Toyota Camry that was parked in the street on Berkley Road, police said.

***

A 4-foot tall, 4-foot long brown metal moose was stolen from the backyard of a Hulls Highway resident sometime before Saturday morning, police said.

The moose is valued at $400.

***

A Judd Street resident reported to police on Saturday that her wallet was stolen while from the dressing room at Kohl's Department Store, police said.

She was at the store Saturday afternoon and when she returned home, she realized she had left her handbag at Kohl's. When she returned to the store, the wallet was missing from the handbag.

The wallet is valued at $30 and there were credit cards and $100 in cash inside, according to the report. When the complainant called the credit card companies to cancel her cards, she learned that $253 in merchandise from the Fairfield Old Navy had been charged to one of the cards after she lost the wallet, as well as $61 in purchases from the T.J. Maxx in Fairfield.

This is under investigation.

***

A generator was reported stolen Monday from the Plant Factory on Black Rock Turnpike, according to police.

The theft occurred sometime between Saturday and Monday evening. The black and red 8500 horsepower generator is valued at $600.

Joeseph Biff November 15, 2012 at 12:10 AM
Who in their right mind leaves $900.00 in cash in their car??? How stupid can you be?
Fairfield Old Timer November 15, 2012 at 12:52 PM
Stupid women do.

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something