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Residents in Larchmont Village report anecdotally there have been three residential burglaries over the past two weeks, all during the late night-early morning hours, one on Old Colony, one on Spanish Cove and one on Ocean Ave, all while the residents were home and sleeping. Please take extra precautions and make sure doors are locked and exterior lights and alarms are on.

MAMARONECK VILLAGE

Stolen Vehicle: Someone stole a vehicle on Washington Street while it was parked and unoccupied between the hours of 1:00-6:50pm. Dec.2

Larceny: Between Dec.1 and Dec.3 a car was broken into while parked and unoccupied on Orchard St and $550 of audio equipment was stolen.

Larceny: A cell phone was stolen from a Mamaroneck High School gym locker valued at $200.

Larceny: Between Nov.11th and Dec.1st a car was broken into through the window on Boston Post Road while unoccupied and parked, someone stole $800 worth of items including stereo equipment, 6PS and a watch.

 

RYE

Larceny: A vehicle was broken into through the sunroof overnight on Grace Church St, various personal papers were stolen and then found on a neighboring lawn and returned. Dec.4

Larceny: On Hook Road a vehicle was broken into overnight through the rear window. Dec.4

Larceny: On Hook Road a vehicle was broken into overnight through an unlocked door, someone stole the car radio. Dec.4

 

TOWN OF MAMARONECK

Petit Larceny: A mountain Schwinn bicycle was stolen from the Hommocks Middle School worth $225. Dec.1

 

SCARSDALE

Larceny: A bicycle was stolen from the bike racks at the Scarsdale Train Station. Nov.28

Larceny: Three wheels were stolen off a parked vehicle at the Christie Place Garage. Nov.29

Larceny: A camera lens was stolen from Scarsdale High School. Dec. 3

 

LARCHMONT

Larceny: On Concord Avenue a bicycle worth $100 was stolen form a residents garage. Nov.27

Larceny: Someone stole valuables, last seen during the summer, from a resident’s safe on Sherwood Drive. Nov.29

Burglary: A home was broken into overnight on Ocean Avenue and over $1100 worth of property was stolen. Nov.30

 

 

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