PELHAM, N.Y. A Nyac Avenue home was burglarized between Friday at 9:00 a.m. and Saturday at 12:10 a.m. while the residents were at work. Two officers arrived at the scene after being called on reports of a burglary, according to the Pelham Police Department.
The two victims, male and female, noticed when they returned home from work that drawers in their bedroom had been rummaged through. Both said they were missing rings and watches from their second floor bedrooms in addition to laptop computers and iPods.
Officers on scene reported no signs of forced entry. The male victim said that he left the front door and side door to the home unlocked. His daughter returned home at 3:00 p.m. on Friday, but did not notice any items missing. A search of the area for witnesses or suspects yielded negative results.
An itemized list of the stolen property was to be given to the police department by this Monday. This is currently a pending investigation.
Also on the Pelham Police Department Blotter:
- A woman reported to Pelham Police Department Headquarters on Thursday to report a stolen Garmin GPS from her car. The incident occurred sometime between Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. and Wednesday at 8:00 a.m. The unknown suspect entered the victims 2006 gray Toyota Camry and stole the $100 GPS from her center console.
The car was parked in her driveway, but she was unsure if it was locked. There were no visible signs of forced entry, according to the Pelham PD. She was told to contact the police department with the serial number for the GPS. There is no further police action at this time.
- Three youths were shooting a BB gun at cars on Corona Avenue and Colonial Avenue. A female victim stated she was sitting in her 1999 tan Mercedes-Benz when she heard what sounded like a small rock hit her window. When she exited her car, she noticed three kids in the backyard of a home on Boulevard Avenue shooting a BB gun at targets on the trees. She yelled at the children about hitting her car and they ran into a Boulevard Avenue home and proceeded to run west on Colonial Avenue after exiting the house.
No one was home at the Boulevard Avenue house they ran through, but officers did notice plastic BB pellets on the ground near targets, which they took photos of. They also took photos of the targets that were hanging on the trees.
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