On Tuesday, Sept. 3, police were dispatched to Glenwood Ave., where a resident reported a past break-in. The caller said she arrived home from work and a neighbor said they had seen someone come onto her property and approach the back of the caller’s house.
The resident said the neighbor went to the back of the home to confront the man and he said he was there to meet someone. The neighbor told the man he had the wrong house and he left, walking up the street.
When the resident returned home and entered the house, she immediately noticed some small vases moved off the windowsill and placed on the counter. She also noticed the window was open and the lower corner of the screen was pushed in. Police processed the scene and filed a report.
On Cambridge Road, a resident called police at 4:24 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 3, and reported that they came home and found the backdoor unlocked, which it never is. The caller said they also noticed they were missing a diamond ring.
Police found that drawers in two bedrooms had been opened and gone through. The homeowner then went through the house and found several more items were missing. Officers discovered the back door had been shouldered in, and that was the point of entry to the home.