Parsippany NJ police are investigating a series of motor vehicle burglaries that occurred within just a few hours of each other.
Police officers responded to a report of car burglaries at Mountain Club condos on Route 10. A 32-year-old woman reported that a $200 GPS had been stolen from her 2002 silver Saturn. The woman told police that she may have left the car unlocked, which could explain why officers found no signs of forced entry into the vehicle.
At the same location, another resident at the complex apparently had a Dell laptop computer and an Apple iPad stolen from his 2005 green Acura. Police investigated and determined that the car’s rear passenger-side door handle may have been tampered with.
Additionally, a 44-year-old Patriots Road resident reported a car burglary less than a mile away. The victim told police that several CDs and an expensive pair of binoculars had been taken from her 2011 silver Chevy. According to police, the vehicle appeared to be unlocked.
Police have asked that anyone with information about these possible burglaries call the Parsippany Police Investigative Division at 973-263-4311.
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For more information, read the NJ.com article entitled “Police: Laptop, iPad and GPS Stolen from Vehicles over the Weekend in Parsippany.“
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