Two residences were broken into Monday, June 18, police said.
According to the report, the first burglary took place on Edgewood Road at approximately 1:40 a.m., when the resident's dog began barking and indicated commotion in the kitchen area. The resident found a rear door ajar.
A Gateway laptop computer valued at $1,300, two Gameboy video game units and a purse containing credit cards were reported missing from the kitchen, the report said.
The second burglary took place on Libby Lane at approximately 5:30 a.m. The resident told police he was on the second floor of his home and heard another person in the living room downstairs. Upon investigating the noise, the resident found an exterior door wide open.
Police said one of the family vehicles at the Libby Lane residence had also been entered, but it did not appear anything was taken from the residence or the vehicle.
Police said these burglaries were in connection with other burglaries that have taken place overnight in recent weeks.