10 Unlocked Cars Burglarized Overnight in Millburn, Short Hills
Police warn residents to lock their cars after burglary spree on Presidents' Day weekend.
Ten unlocked cars were targeted in a string off burglaries Sunday night into Monday morning in Millburn and Short Hills, police said.
Officials reported the following items were stolen from the cars:
- Two pairs of prescription glasses, valued at $750, were stolen from an unlocked GMC car at a Ferndale Road home.
- A Fox Hill Lane resident said a $100 dog cage and $30 J.Crew t-shirt were stolen from an unlocked Mercedes Benz parked in the driveway.
- A $100 GPS was stolen from an unlocked Jeep at a Whitney Road residence.
- A Taylor Street resident reported a Dell computer monitor, valued at $15, and an HP printer, valued at $15, were stolen from a Ford car parked in the driveway.
In addition, six Short Hills residents reported burglaries on Monday. According to the report, nothing was missing from the cars. However, officials reported, the cars and glove boxes were ransacked.
Police said two of the burglaries occurred at residences on Farley Road, while other incidents happened at homes on Whitney Road, Alan Drive, Delbarton Drive and Essex Street.