Plymouth Police Report Burglaries, Expensive Thefts

The latest Plymouth Police blotter shows attempted burglaries, residential burglaries and more thefts.

From Nov. 15-21 the Plymouth Police Department reported 36 incidents, which included the following:

• Two attempted burglaries, one incident on Nov. 21 happened when a suspect entered a vehicle in the driveway and used the garage door opener to access the attached garage, but no entry was made into the residence on the 14200 block of 43rd Avenue North and there is no loss at this time.

• Three residential burglaries included two bicycles stolen and gold from three homes.

• Eight thefts, items stolen included: jewelry valued at $5,500, part of a dock, $900 valued flute, coins, pop, Similac, moped and an electronic tablet.

• Two frauds

• Three thefts from vehicles, items stolen included: luggage, a purse and license plates.

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Judy Brown November 29, 2012 at 01:14 PM
Home invasions and home burglaries are increasing rapidly. These thugs know that there is less of a chance getting caught burglarizing a home then robbing businesses. So stay safe, be vigilant, install deadbolts and keep alarm activated. If you don't have an alarm system try www.homesecurityalarms.net for the most affordable monitored alarm system in the nation.


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