Burglaries put Bedford on edge once again
Burglars targeted five residences on Ministerial Road, Boynton Street, Lynn Drive, Quincy Drive and Nancy Lane from Friday, July 12, to Monday, July 15, taking electronics and jewelry. The break-ins could have happened any time between 10 a.m. and midnight but most likely from 1 to 8 p.m. Police said similar items were taken in each burglary, and the cases are under investigation.
People should lock their doors and vehicles, leave lights on or use timers, and keep a neighborhood watch.
If residents encounter a burglary in progress, Douidi said, they should not interfere.
The Bedford community was on edge from November 2012 to April after a home invasion at the 7 Proclamation Court residence of Dr. Eduardo Quesada and his wife, Sonia, on Nov. 24. Two intruders attacked the couple as they returned home.
Six weeks after the home invasion, Sonia Quesada was found dead at her mother-in-law’s home at 49 Kensington Lane in Bedford. Her husband was also found at the address, alive but unconscious near a pile of prescription drugs. An autopsy showed Sonia Quesada died of a drug overdose.
Police said residents should secure all doors and windows as well as any window air-conditioners, and use motion-detection lighting. If residents are going on vacation for a few days or an extended period of time, they can contact the Bedford Police Department to request a free vacant property check.
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