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5 burglaries or tried break-ins have been discovered on Warburton Avenue.
HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON – Police are investigating a string of in a single day burglaries involving smashed home windows that passed off in Hastings-on-Hudson early Wednesday.
5 break-ins, at a firehouse and 4 companies, have been discovered within the village on Wednesday morning, Hastings-on-Hudson police stated.
Police stated they consider Hastings Middle Restaurant, Hastings Stationery, Sterling Nationwide Financial institution, Peter Gisolfi Associates and the Safety firehouse, all on Warburton Avenue, have been damaged into between midnight and 5 a.m. Wednesday.
Police started investigating the burglaries at 6:fifty six a.m. Wednesday, when the proprietor of Hastings Middle Restaurant at 540 Warburton Ave. reported a break-in there. Somebody had smashed a window and opened the again door, police stated. The money register was broken, and an undisclosed sum of money was lacking.
Officers searched the world and located a damaged window on the again door of Hastings Stationery at 536 Warburton Ave. The glass on the window was shattered, however didn’t break, police stated.
One other tried break-in was discovered at Sterling Nationwide Financial institution at 560 Warburton Ave., the place one of many window panes was smashed. A secondary window pane was nonetheless intact, although, so nobody was capable of break into the constructing, police stated.
Peter Gisolfi Associates, at 566 Warburton Ave., had glass damaged on a again window. The workplace was ransacked and numerous pc gear was lacking, police stated.
The firehouse at 573 Warburton Ave. was discovered with damaged glass on a second-flooring window behind the constructing, police stated, and a flat-display TV was lacking.
Anybody with info on the break-ins can name police at 914-478-2344.
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