LONGMEADOW, Mass. (WWLP) – Longmeadow Police are investigating six house breaks that happened all within the last 10 days.
Lt. Gary Fontaine told 22News the break-ins happened in the Converse Street and Blueberry Hill Road neighborhoods, mostly between 6:00 p.m. and 2:00-3:00 a.m. Lt. Fontaine said Longmeadow residents should make sure their alarms or exterior motion lights are working, and always call the police if they see any suspicious activities.
“At night, yeah, we always lock it up. The biggest problem we’ve had is people leave their cars unlocked. They go through them. They don’t take the cars, but they want money or something like that,” Jerry Adams of Longmeadow said.
Anyone with information on these house breaks should call the Longmeadow Police at 567-3311.
The entirety of a press release by the Longmeadow Police Department is below:
The Longmeadow Police Department is currently investigating six house breaks that have occurred in the Converse St/Blueberry Hill Road neighborhoods since December 6, 2014. All of the house breaks have occurred at night. Residents are asked to be vigilant in keeping an eye out for suspicious person or vehicles. Residents are asked to call immediately should they see or hear something out of the ordinary. Please utilize protective measures such as alarms and exterior motion lights when away. Let your neighbors or the police know if you are away for any extended period of time so an extra eye can be kept on your property. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Longmeadow Police at 567-3311.