It’s an offer too good to refuse. Following two burglaries in Englewood Cliffs this week, Police Chief Michael Cioffi is on a mission to help all residents harden their homes to make them more secure.
Police said the 14 incidents all took place in Hamilton Heights, West Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood between Sept. 4, 2011 and March 8 of this year.
Police say they are looking for 40-year-old Luis Gonzalez in the so-called petroleum jelly burglaries in Hamilton Heights, West Harlem, Washington Heights and Inwood between Sept. 4 and March 8 of last year.
The latest happened Tuesday in which the door frames of two apartments were busted in a Clinton Street building, netting $5,200 in valuables
The numbers speak for themselves. From November to January, there were 42 burglaries in Wayne. Since three suspects were arrested last month, there have been just two burglaries.
Dozens of burglaries across Bergen and Passaic counties have residents on edge. The break-ins are violent. Burglars are smashing sliding glass doors and quickly walking off with jewelry and cash.
Police say that criminals targeting the elderly have struck twice over the last week.
Police say they’re looking for 33-year-old Eldin Ahmetovic and 32-year-old Yulia Bushuyeva in connection with at least a dozen break-ins.
Police in New Jersey are investigating a string of burglaries in five Bergen County towns, including four in Leonia, over the course of four days.
Burglaries are on the rise all across North Jersey, and the source is in the sky.
There have been six incidents in Tenafly over the last four weeks, generally in the same section of town.
In Darien, five homes have recently been targeted by thieves who first make sure the homes are unoccupied. That’s not so odd, but what they do next is.
You’re sleeping and they’re stealing. Police are searching for burglars that are targeting homes in several posh Staten Island neighborhoods in the middle of the night. It’s happened at least five times.
As word spreads that a string of burglaries in North Jersey and Rockland County might be the work of the new James Bond gang or an offshoot, Bergen County police are hoping that people will take simple steps to avoid becoming victims.
Bergen County authorities said the burglary ring known as the James Bond Gang appears to be back. They said there have been 40 burglaries in New York and New Jersey since 2009 that fit the group’s pattern — most of them in the last six months.