Haddonfield Police: $2,200 Stolen from Safe at HMHS
Police reports also include a vandalism and theft spree last weekend in the Lizzie Haddon section of town.
Twenty-two hundred dollars in cash and checks was reported missing from the attendance office of Haddonfield Memorial High School on Tuesday, according to police.
A brown safe was also listed on the report among missing items. The school reopened Tuesday after the MLK holiday on Monday.
In other news, four incidents of damaged borough street signs were reported on Monday. It was part of a vandalism and theft spree last weekend that also included swiping several political signs on lawns and a Marine Corps flag for the fourth time from a home in the 100 block of Mount Vernon Ave.
Stolen street signs were reported at:
- 500 block of Redman Ave., where signs from Mount Vernon and Peyton Avenue were found
- Euclid Avenue and Estaugh St. were found at the intersection there
- Trueman and Linden Ave.
- Linden and Euclid avenues
A reporter also noticed a sign at Redman and West End avenues missing that was not immediately reported.
In other reports:
A 3-by-5 foot American flag and a 2-by-4 foot Marine Corps flag were stolen from outside of a home in the 100 block of Mount Vernon Ave. on Monday. It was the fourth time the Marine flag has been reported stolen.
An American flag was also reported missing from a home in the 300 block of Mount Vernon Ave. on the same day. It was taken from a porch there over the weekend.
CORRECTION: A headline in a previous version of this story was incorrect. Twenty-two-hundred dollars was reported missing from the high school.