Haddonfield police last week reported five burglaries and four thefts.
Two forced-entry burglaries and one forced-entry attempted burglary topped this week's crime reports.
About $4,100 in items, including an array of sterling silver tableware, was reported stolen from a forced-entry burglary in the 800 block of Longwood Circle on Nov. 20. The crime was reported at 12:03 p.m. Missing items include antique German metals, a sterling silver and a gold watch and bracelet, a 18-inch pearl necklace, 12- and 14-inch pearl bracelets, a sterling silver teapot and sugar bowl.
On Nov. 28, a woman in the 100 bock of Hinchman Ave. reported a burglary in progress at 10:14 a.m. She said she heard a loud bang near her back door. She didn't see anyone, but a neighbor said they saw a white male with blond hair in his 30s walking toward a silver or white, four-door, mid-sized vehicle that was parked in a driveway between their home and the neighbor's. A search of the area did not produce a suspect.
On Nov. 28, a forced-entry burglary was reported in the 500 block of Maple Ave. at 3:01 p.m. The resident said someone tried to enter a side door. Nothing was immediately reported missing.
In other reports:
- Dec. 1, 600 block of Pomona Ave., GPS, cellphone and digital camera were reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
- Nov. 30, unit block of Ellis St., an unlocked men's mountain bike propped against a wall was reported stolen. The bike had a U-bar lock around the neck of the frame that wasn't secured to anything else.
- Nov. 30, Maple and Princeton avenues, a borough street sign was reported missing. It was recovered in the 100 block of Heritage Road, but was damaged beyond repair.
- Nov. 28, 100 block of Peyton Ave., $20 in coins and cash were reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle.
- Nov. 27, 100 block of Mount Vernon Ave., an unlocked car was entered with nothing reported missing.
- Nov. 26, Haddonfield Library, N. Haddon Ave., an unlocked Razor scooter was reported stolen.