Fitch Ave. Home Burglarized — Again & Again

Police don't know how the house was entered in the latest burglary, reported July 15.

Somehow, an unoccupied Fitch Avenue residence has been repeatedly burglarized over the past few months, police say.

In the latest burglary, said, it is unknown how the house was entered, although it happened sometime before Sunday, July 15, when the incident was reported to police.

Stolen property from the home includes a Kenmore clothes washer and its accompanying dryer, as well as roller blades, a fishing pole and assorted hand tools.

Items valued at a total of about $1,300 were stolen from the home.

Siwanoy July 19, 2012 at 03:30 PM
Does the house not have an alarm system in place? Fitch is very close to DPD headquarters....
sam July 19, 2012 at 03:38 PM
If you truly wanted to know what house the article clearly tells you which one it is, doesn't take a genius to figure it out.
Siwanoy July 19, 2012 at 04:05 PM
with all do respect max, I belive the community is aware, beyond passing out flyers to everyone who lives on FItch what else should be done? Should the address be published so that the neighbors can keep an eye out.. maybe, but that might also invite extra "visitors" to the area, probably best to err on the side of caution. If the DPD knows which house on fitch it is, why not park one of the undercover cars we paid for to sit a few houses down or right infront of the house? I feel like that would be one of the better uses of of a undercover car, rather then to use it as a 2nd car for routine pull overs, thus exposing the undercover car to all who pass.
max July 20, 2012 at 01:25 AM
Sam, I clearly am no genius, but I live near Fitch and I do not know which house. I would be a neighbor that calls the DPD if I saw any suspicious activity near the house, but I don't know which one. I guess that they are on their own on this one.
max July 20, 2012 at 01:27 AM
How about this, upper Fitch (near hecker), mod Fitch near Park, or lower Fitch (post rd)? At least then people would have an idea where to watch out.


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