Police warn Wilmington residents of break-ins
WILMINGTON, Del. - June 7, 2012 (WPVI) -- Wilmington police are investigating a series of break-ins in neighborhoods on the city's west side and are warning residents to lock their doors and windows.
Master Sgt. Paul Reutter says the break-ins have occurred in the neighborhoods of Trolley Square, Wawaset Park, Forty Acres and the Highlands since May 18. The burglars have entered occupied homes at night, as well as during the day while residents are at work.
Reutter says detectives have not identified any suspects and do not know if the incidents are related.
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