PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. A Carol Place home was burglarized between Wednesday afternoon and Thursday evening while the homeowner was away. Jewelry and cash worth $3,750 were taken, and $3,000 of damage was done to the home.
Pelham Manor police said the homeowner returned at 5:45 p.m. Thursday to find that the back door had been broken. A hole had been made in one of the glass panes next to the door handle to gain entrance, police said, and cable wires outside the house were cut and frayed.
The homeowner told police that a $1,500 Tiffany necklace, two $500 Tiffany rings, $500 in cash and a $750 Invicta watch were missing from the master bedroom. The homeowner said that appeared to be the only room that the burglar went through.
Jewelry boxes were scattered across the bed and closet, and items were pulled out of drawers and taken from under the mans bed, police said.
A neighbor who had a large party in his backyard on Wednesday said no one saw or heard anything out of the ordinary.
The homeowner called the Pelham Manor police at 7:11 p.m. Thursday to report the burglary. The following items also were reported by Pelham Manor police:
Man Falls: After a Reed Avenue man fell Thursday at 5:50 a.m., his wife called the Pelham Manor Police Department looking for assistance in helping him up. The man was picked up and no medical attention was needed.
Car Impounded: An officer received an alert from his license plate reader about 2:20 p.m. Thursday that a black 2010 Nissan Altima had a suspended registration. The car was impounded and towed by Westchester Collision.
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