Haddonfield Police: 3 Thefts,1 Burglary and More
Tools taken from a construction site and a forced-entry burglary feature in this week's police blotter.
Tools were reported stolen from a padlocked construction vehicle in the unit block of Mount Vernon Ave. on Dec. 19, according to Haddonfield police. The padlocked was missing from the truck from which the tools were taken.
In other reports:
- A business in the unit block of N. Haddon Ave. was burglarized between Dec. 7 and Dec. 17, when the incident was reported. Electronic items were taken after a rear door was forced open.
- About 36 pieces of sterling silver flatware was reported stolen from a home in the 200 block of Moore Lane on Dec. 17. It was not immediately reported how the home was entered.
- Four metal borough street signs were reported missing on Dec. 12. The signs were from S. Hinchman and Station Ave., Euclid and Homestead avenues, Euclid and Estaugh avenues, and Woodland Avenue. Dozens of similar incidents have been reported in the borough over the last year.
- A rear window was smashed out of a 2002 GMC Envoy SUV in an incident of criminal mischief on Dec. 9 in the unit block of Ridgewood Circle. Nothing was reported missing from the vehicle.