Burglars Target Three Homes in Millburn-Short Hills
Two front doors were forced open, jewelry, lap-top and iPad among missing items.
Millburn police reported on Monday that three residential burglaries occurred in the township on Friday evening.
Police were called to an Elm Street home in Millburn at 7 p.m. by the homeowner who discovered the front door to his home open. A police investigation revealed that there was evidence of forced entry. An undetermined amount of jewelry was missing.
Thirty minutes later (at 7:30 p.m.), police were called to a home on Pine Terrace East in Short Hills where the homeowner had discovered that the front door had been forced open and a laptop and iPad had been taken.
At 7:34 p.m., the same evening, Police were called to Roland Drive in Short Hills, where the homeowner found that the front door of his residence had been forced open and an undetermined amount of jewelry had been taken.
Millburn detectives were assisted by the K-9 Unit of the Essex County Sheriff’s Department in searching for suspects.
Anyone with information that might be useful in the investigation of the case is encouraged to call the police department at 973-564-7010.