2018-02-28 / Features

Queens Burglary Pattern Runs Rampant

The New York City Police Department is asking the public for assistance with locating and identifying the individuals in the attached photographs wanted in connection to several burglaries that occurred within the confines of the 104th, 108th and 115th Precincts. Details are as follows:

 
Incident #1 (115 pct):
It was reported to police that on January 28, 2018, at approximately 1730 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 24th Avenue and 97th Street, the individual gained entry into the residence by forcing open a rear window. Once inside, the individual removed approximately $5,000 in cash from the 49-year-old male victim's home.
 
Incident #2 (104 pct):
It was reported to police that on January 30, 2018, between 0100 and 1900 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 52nd Drive and 74th Street, unidentified individuals gained entry into the residence by forcing open the front door. Once inside, the individual(s) removed the 27-year-old female victim's jewelry.
 
Incident #3 (115 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 2, 2018, at approximately 1815 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 24th Avenue and 99th Street, the individuals gained entry into the residence by forcing open a rear window on the second floor. Once inside, the individual(s) removed the 46-year-old female victim's jewelry and approximately $1,000 in cash.
 
Incident #4 (115 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 8, 2018, between 1000 and 1930 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 97th Street and Northern Boulevard, the individuals attempted to gain entry into the residence by forcing open a rear window but were unsuccessful.
 
Incident #5 (115 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 9, 2018, at approximately 1900 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 101st Street and 32nd Avenue, the individuals gained entry into the residence by forcing open an unsecured window on the second floor. Once inside, the individual(s) removed the 28-year-old female victim's backpack, credit card and approximately $4,000 in cash.
 
Incident #6 (104 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 9, 2018, at approximately 1900 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 101st Street and 32nd Avenue, the individuals gained entry into the residence by forcing open a rear door on the second floor. Once inside, the individual(s) removed the 28-year-old male victim's jewelry, a laptop and approximately $8,200 in cash.
 
Incident #7 (104 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 10, 2018, at approximately 0100 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of Borden Avenue and Perry Avenue, the 28-year-old female victim discovered her front door had been forced open and two individuals had removed jewelry, clothing, her passport and approximately $28,000 in cash.
 
Incident #8 (104 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 12, 2018, between 1710 and 1840 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 69th Street and 52nd Avenue, an individual gained entry into the residence by forcing open a basement window. No property removed.
 
Incident #9 (104 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 12, 2018, at approximately 2000 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 52nd Avenue and Calamus Avenue, the individuals gained entry into the 59-year-old female victim's residence by forcing open a second floor window. The individuals fled the location without removing any property when they set off an audible alarm.
 
Incident #10 (108 pct):
It was reported to police that on February 12, 2018, at approximately 1900 hours, inside of a residential home in the vicinity of 67th Street and 50th Avenue, two individuals gained entry into the residence by forcing open a rear window. Once inside, the individuals removed the 62-year-old male victim's jewelry and $300 in cash.
 
The individuals are described as males with backpacks and masks over their faces. All individuals wore dark colored clothing at the time of the burglaries.
 
Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.
 


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