Former New York Mets closer John Franco is selling the contents of his six-bedroom mansion in Todt Hill on Staten Island this weekend.
The burglars reportedly break into the homes through a second-story window and make off with jewelry before hiding in the woods surrounding the area.
They lived the life of luxury, but allegedly accepted handouts that you paid for.
When a few career criminals were deported to Albania a few years ago, residents of the Todt Hill section of Staten Island thought the days of the “Ninja Burglar” were over. Now they have a new worry.
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.
At least six houses in Todt Hill, Dongan Hills, Grasmere and Emerson Hill were broken into and had jewelry stolen after burglars disabled security systems.
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