Break-ins keep Goffstown police on alert
GOFFSTOWN — A burglar made off with several pieces of electronic equipment after breaking into a home on Daniel Plummer Road Monday evening, police said.
The break-in took place about 6:30 p.m., and no one was home at the time, police said. Police said the burglar gained access through an unlocked window, and a witness reported a suspicious, dark-colored sedan in the area at the time.
In another break-in, a residential burglar alarm apparently scared off an intruder of a Walnut Hill Road home on Monday evening, Goffsotwn police said.
The burglar gained access from a basement window before fleeing, police said. Nothing was taken, and nobody was home at the time, police said. Police said the break-in took place about 6:38 p.m.
Anyone with information about the crimes should call Goffstown police at 497-4858.
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